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2012, the Rise of a Third Party in the Us

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2012, the Rise of a Third Party in the Us

51 pagine
43 minuti
Jul 28, 2011


This book passionately explains the real possibility of a third party taking a third or more of the vote away from the Democrats and Republicans in the 2012 elections. The author lays out a path for victory that captures the feelings of many discontented voters across the country. Even if you are a loyal party member of one of the two major parties this book is meant to get to think and maybe be persuaded to a new way of thinking.
The author attempts to stay as non-political as possible for a political book to gain as wide an audience as possible for his arguments. He is attempting to do what Thomas Paine did in early 1776 to push a nation over the tipping point toward a better future for all.
Jul 28, 2011

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Joseph Gorski comes from a rather ordinary middle class background in New Jersey. He graduated from Rutgers-Newark College of Arts and Sciences in 1983 with a business degree and a minor in political science. He did write several opinion pieces for the campus newspaper, but never pursued his interest in writing professionally until now. He was busy supporting his large family and forgot about writing. When his vegetable delivery business of 14 years ended due to poor sales in 2009 he was again forced to re-examine his life and how to provide for his family. He rediscovered his passion for writing and his main interest was in the turbulant political times we live in. He has had his first two books published in the late summer of 2011. The first two titles are 2012, The Rise of a Third Party in the US and 2012, The Weak Economy and How to Deal with it (subtitle: Empowering The People).

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2012, the Rise of a Third Party in the Us - Joseph Gorski


© 2011 by By Joseph Gorski. All rights reserved.

No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means without the written permission of the author.

First published by AuthorHouse 07/20/2011

ISBN: 978-1-4634-2182-3 (sc)

ISBN: 978-1-4634-2180-9 (ebk)

Printed in the United States of America

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Chapter 1

The 2008 Campaign and the 2010 Midterm elections

Chapter 2

How will a third party rise up to challenge the two party system

Chapter 3

How a Third Party can get elected

Chapter 4

The logical evolution of government in the 21rst century

Chapter 5

Winning the arguments

Chapter 6

How a third party presidency could work

Chapter 7

The excitement and happiness generated by this new third party

Chapter 8

What third party?

Chapter 9

A few quotes from Thomas Jefferson and other notable Americans

This book is especially dedicated to my wife, children, and generally to Americans wanting a better life for all.


In 1776 Thomas Paine wrote a pamphlet that was widely distributed around the thirteen original colonies in what would become the United States. It was titled Common Sense and helped change the prevailing feelings regarding remaining a colony of Great Britain or becoming an independent nation. The Declaration of Independence was written soon and there was no turning back. The eventual result was a prosperous new nation without royalty ruling over the people, but a new elected government. Many individual rights were guaranteed by our Constitution including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all non-slaves (things were less clear for the Native American tribes living among us as many were also treated poorly). It was obviously not a perfect system, but it was better than anything that existed in the world at that time. In the 19th century slavery was eliminated and at least in theory all people born here had full rights. It really took another 100 years for individuals of different races to gain proper treatment. However starting gradually in the 20th century, Americans allowed the Federal government to take power over the individual and business in the name of protection and some kind of equality. This created a growing ruling class. It was even necessary to pass an amendment to the constitution to create an income tax almost 100 years ago because it was correctly perceived as a violation of our constitutional rights. Now we had to report private information regarding our income to the Federal government. Before this time nearly all taxes collected were user fees of some type which did not affect our privacy. It was thought that this gradual increase in power by the Federal government would help make our country become a fairer and more equitable place to live, but actually it did neither. Now, nearly 100 years since the creation of the IRS, there are many overlapping agencies involved in all areas of our life and business. Our Federal government is nearly bankrupt and the economy is not bouncing back

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