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Dumbocracy

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An eye-opening look at the state of American politics

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Author: Marty Beckerman
Genre: Current Events
Publisher: The Disinformation Company Ltd.
Date Published: 2008
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review by . December 22, 2009
The author spent four years visiting with political extremists on both sides of the spectrum. These are people who believe in nothing less than total victory for their side. Most Americans are moderates on the issues, but, for instance, pro-life and anti-war activists still see things as very black and white. Beckerman discovered a lot of interesting things in his travels. Betty Friedan, founder of the National Organization for Women, compared American housewives to "the millions who walked …
Quick Tip by . December 22, 2009
Dumbocracy (Marty Beckerman) is an eye-opening book looking at the state of American politics.
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