The Blue and the Red
Tales from the Pirated 2004 Election

A chronicle of the 2004 election and how new voting technology could have changed the outcome

"A hell of a jounalist. Very impressive, top notch stuff." — Corey Kilgannon, The New York Times

In the wake of the most divisive presidential election in recent U.S. history, this chronicle addresses the contentious outcome of the 2004 election and the electoral process itself. A balm for bruised liberal egos, this gutsy inquiry traces the imploded campaigns of Howard Dean and Wesley Clark, the miraculous surge of the John Kerry campaign in Iowa, and the "mandate" of Election Day 2004. In addition, this analysis offers a comprehensive study of new voting technology and reveals possible systematic voter fraud in both Ohio and Florida, the two states out of 49 where exit polls did not support the final tallies. The book is sure to be of interest to political junkies, activists, and liberals alike, and will have them all rethinking their convictions about the election.

Toby Rogers is the author of Ambushed: Secrets of the Bush Family, the Stolen Presidency, 9-11, and 2004. He has written for High Times, The New York Post, The New York Times, and The Village Voice. He lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York.

Price: $7.95
Category: Politics, Current Events, Small Press Selection
Pages: 120
Book Type: Paper
Size: 6 x 9
ISBN: 0975290665

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