The idea of revolution is to take action. The goal of revolution is positive change. -Thomas Richard Harry Boom! A Revolting Situation BOOM! is a tough-minded eye-opening appraisal of American Democracy that highlights serious lack of choice in today's political arena. Party identification is unraveling; increasingly voters opt not to be identified with them. Nothing has yet developed to fill this void. The result: millions of political "Independents" with no place to turn come election time except to these two Parties they apparently reject. Today these non-aligned conservative and liberal Americans surpass either Democrats or Republicans. Contrary to some, Independents do represent a powerful political potential-they just don't realize it yet. A plurality of our electorate, they have no option other than a least-worst political choice. That seems a democratic absurdity. That's akin to political coercion, at best; political disenfranchisement, at worst. BOOM! clarifies the primary historical (and on-going) antagonism in American politics and identifies what may well be the political objective of Independents. It then walks its readers through how this plurality of political orphans might achieve this goal. It's an option that doesn't rely on the failed ideological approach of today's duopoly. It could reinvigorate politics and change the direction of government towards achieving a more balanced outcome-all within our existing electoral system!
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Visit the author's website at thomasrichardharry.com for much more about TR and BOOM!About the Author:
TR Harry an Alum of U.C. Berkeley and NYU Graduate School, has a diverse background in international banking and business. He was a third-party candidate for the US Senate in 2000. A critical essayist on political issues, this is his third book. His writing is available at www.theamericanfamilygazette.com. He lives in Windsor, California.
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