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Two Tyrants: The Myth of a Two-Party…
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Two Tyrants: The Myth of a Two-Party Government and the Liberation of the…

by A.G. Roderick

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With accolades from every sector of the American electorate, Two Tyrants has rapidly become the new go-to manifesto of the dissafected American voter. It is the definitive guide to what is wrong with American politics. More importantly, it offers a path out of the current political tyranny. Though most voters are less satisfied now than ever with the two major parties, they still maintain complete control of the American government. In Two Tyrants, former journalist and political advisor A.G. Roderick explains why Americans maintain an abusive relationship with these two parties and how we can move away from them, toward a new political future. It is required reading for every American who feels unreprepresented and forgotten by their political leaders.

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