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The problem with this book is that it glorifies a 19th Century, undemocratic, elite serving, a-constitutional, privately run corporation - the two-party system.
We can have a truly democratic system, with no special advantage for the rich or the insiders. And, why are we still trekking to the polls in November? That's OK in California, and other balmy states, but its bad weather in the rest of the country.
We can have air-tight security, and vote from home, or by phone from anywhere!
International banks transfer Billions of dollars per day around the world, without losing a red cent. Their opt-in software can be adapted to a secure national network for Internet voting.
This can be set up to avoid all Big Money and two-party domination. All the specifics for setting up this plan are in New Election Game: A Replacement for the Two-Party System of Electing Presidents, here on Amazon.
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