Reclaiming power: how to take back our government from career politicians
RECLAIMING POWER is a refreshing grass-roots commentary on in-your-face government & the career Democrats & Republicans in Congress straight from the heart of the middle class America. "What takes this beyond a concise expression of the frustrations of the middle class & much of the rest of America is its road map for doing something about it..."--Gerry Calhoun, Human Resources Manager. "Everyone talks about the proliferation of special interest groups...here (is) why they keep getting more powerful & what alternatives are available to keep this growth in check...term limits, tax reform, balanced budget amendment...are doable & would be giant steps toward getting power back into the hands of the people...(LaVere) blows the lid off income redistribution...how it creates an artificial dependency on big government & can only lead to a weakening of our economic system."--Lou Alexander, stockbroker. Order by check (add $2.00 s/h) to: Bydand Corporation/WWP, P.O Box 3501, Alexandria, VA 22302; 800-584-8721.
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An Analysis of Power
Congress The Most Undemocratic
The Federal Bureaucracy
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