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HACKED! High Tech Election Theft in America - 11 Experts Expose the Truth Paperback – September 5, 2006
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The dishonestsy that has marked the election practices of this new century is despicable. For the past 200 years we've improved the voting booth to include all of our citizens. Now that we all have the right to vote, we must ensure that all of our votes are counted. "HACKED!" is a must-read! --Liz Carpenter, Author, former Press Secretary & Chief of Staff to Lady Bird Johnson
You get a receipt when you buy a Slurpee, don't you? Why not when you choose a president? "HACKED!" cracks open the democracy-in-a-box scam called "electronic voting". Can a robot pick a president better than you can? This crew of experts and investigators explains why robo-voting can't be trusted. --Greg Palast, BBC Investigative Journalist, Filmmaker, and Author
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One thing that was not clear, was whether the problems and failures with electronic voting were caused by deliberate and purposeful hacking or just lack of correct procedure, poor equipment and shoddy, inept programming. I really wanted this book to pin it down... it started to but didn't make a case.
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Any voting system that is not open and transparent is un-American; it can be rigged to throw elections. Read morePublished on May 13, 2007 by Guy P. Felton III
I couldn't put Hacked down. After reading it I no longer have any doubts that the voting machines must go. Read morePublished on October 14, 2006 by joni ashbrook