How to Overthrow the Government (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Jun 30, 2009 - Political Science - 352 pages
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Powerful and enlightening. How to Overthrow the Government is an impassioned call to arms from one of America's sharpest and most independent commentators. In its pages Huffington breaks away from the party-line platitudes of Republicans and Democrats alike while challenging Amerians to rise up and take back their government. From the power of special interests to the ravages of the war on drugs, Huffington offers radical yet viable strategies for reclaiming our nation from the corporate and political powers that hold it hostage. For, as she argues, if We the People are to preserve and protect our more perfect union, we must stand up and fight for our country -- before it's too late.
  

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User Review  - AJ Griffin - Goodreads

Since Ms. Huffington speaks with an accent, she's obviously not an american. so what does she know, anyway? Read full review

How to overthrow the government

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Maybe she's not our "boldest political commentator," but Huffington does tap into current disgust by arguing for change. Read full review

Contents

Epigraph
The Rising Tide of Discontent
Voting for Dollars
The Public Opinion Racket
Two Parties As
Industrys War on
The Quest for Leaders
Restoring Civil Society
New Voters Rights
A StatebyState Road Map to Reform
A Call to Action Directory

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About the author (2009)

Arianna Huffington has been named one of Washington's most influential commentators by both Newsweek and People. Her syndicated column appears twice weekly in newspapers around the country, including the Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, and the Chicago Sun-Times. She is a frequent guest on television talk shows from Crossfire to Politically Incorrect, and a contributing writer to Talk magazine. The author of seven previous books, she lives in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., with her two daughters.

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