Democracy Unbound: Progressive Challenges to the Two Party System
South End Press, 1997 - 369 pages
David Reynolds explains how grassroots activists are translating mass discontent into new people-driven parties in America. This is the first and only book to look beyond the superficial media coverage of Ross Perot to the real movement for fundamental change.
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