United we stand: how we can take back our country

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Hyperion, 1992 - History - 118 pages
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Reviews Perot's political views and urges Americans to continue to monitor government and demand results from all candidates and officeholders

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Review: United We Stand: How We Can Take Back Our Country

User Review  - Jackie Keating - Goodreads

I agreed with every point that Perot made except his position on Israel. Had I been alive and a voter in 1992 or 1996, I'd certainly have vote for him. This was a well thought out book with many great ideas for our country--it's a shame that he wasn't elected president. Read full review

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User Review  - Peter - Goodreads

He was the only candidate to oppose NAFTA. What happened to the US economy after that? The corporations got bigger, merged, increased their market shares, and streamlined their operations right into ... Read full review

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CHAPTER TWO An America that
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CHAPTER THREE An America that
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CHAPTER FOUR An America that Prospers
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