See how they run: electing the president in an age of mediaocracy
Paul Taylor challenges the very process by which Americans decide upon their Chief Executive Officer--laying bare the broken machine that Americans accept as the means for making their most important political, offering the first steps to creating a better, more honest, efficient method of selecting the person who will lead the country.
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