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Whether he is right in every detail I have no idea but either way it ought to have every US citizen asking some very tough questions.
I laughed out loud several times, and throughout, I felt that the author was presenting really substantial, weighty information in an appealing, witty style.
Nevertheless, the reader is left to judge for himself what all this says about the alleged state of democracy in the U.S.A., past and present.
Since the 2000 presidential election is the grandaddy of electoral histrionics, better off reading Bill Sammon's excellent "At Any Cost: How Al Gore Tried to Steal the Election". Read morePublished on April 3, 2012 by granitejanet
A great read. A great history with the premise that every election since George Washington in the US has been marred with dirty political dealings. Read morePublished on January 17, 2009 by D. Lorenz
Steal This Vote is a fascinating book whose interesting premise is unfortunately marred by a boring and choppy writing style. Read morePublished on June 2, 2007 by Sean Roderick
One would have thought that of all the boring topics that an author could select, the mechanics and history of the secret ballot in the world's pre-eminent democracy should have... Read morePublished on March 5, 2006 by E. Pritchard
A neat book. Arived in a timely manner and it is too bad it could not prove a case in court and change a few elections.