- File Size: 48 KB
- Print Length: 47 pages
- Publication Date: August 17, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003ZYEUPE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Enabled
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Taking Back Your Government: The Neighborhood Precinct Committeeman Strategy Kindle Edition
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This strategy is critical to the success of any movement. Third parties don't win elections and without winning elections, your ideas will never get implemented. Let's use the tool at hand, not try to create a whole new one. Without becoming the party, there is no guarantee that the party will move in our direction. WITH becoming the party, we'll get more say in WHO gets elected and what the party agenda is in the future.
Here's the Table of Contents that should have been included:
1. Want to Save Your Country? (104 "locations")
2. How To Become a Precinct Committeeman (21 "locations")
3. If the Constitution is the Key, Then Article I, Section 8 is the Golden Key (82 locations)
4. If You Think There Is No Difference Between The Republicans And Democrat Parties, You Could Not Be More Wrong (311 "locations")
5. Now You Have the Knowledge - What Will You DO? (22 "locations")
For those not familiar with Kindle editions, they do not have pages, but chunks of text called "locations". On my Kindle, at the size font I use, there are about 4 locations, per screenfull, or approximately 140 words on a fully packed page. This "book" has a lot of whitespace, so I figure there about 12,000 words.
Looking at chapters 3 and 4, the vast majority of the content there are quotes from a) the US Constitution, b) the Republican Party Platform, and c) the Democrat Party Platform. A rough estimate? About 8,700 words taken from easily obtained documents. Therefore I'm left with 3,300 words that *might* have some meaning to me. Chapter 1 is pretty generic, and I believe meant to motivate the reader to action. Therefore I am left with chapters 2 and 5 that gives specific information, some of which is really valuable. Chapters 2 and 5 have a total of 43 "locations" - a mere 8 percent of the book,
Disappointedly, most of what was left was only specific to his state, Arizona.Read more ›