2012, the Rise of A Third Party in the Us
This book passionately explains the real possibility of a third party taking a third or more of the vote away from the Democrats and Republicans in the 2012 elections. The author lays out a path for victory that captures the feelings of many discontented voters across the country. Even if you are a loyal party member of one of the two major parties this book is meant to get to think and maybe be persuaded to a new way of thinking. The author attempts to stay as non-political as possible for a political book to gain as wide an audience as possible for his arguments. He is attempting to do what Thomas Paine did in early 1776 to push a nation over the tipping point toward a better future for all.
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