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June 15 , 2010

The 2000 Presidential Election in the U.S.

A Turning Point in World History


“The 2000 Presidential Election in the U.S.” is a memoir of all the twists and turns of a presidential election run amuck. It details, point by point, the misdeeds of the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of the U.S. government. It highlights possibly criminal activity on the part of attorney general of the United States, secretaries of state, state and local governments, election officials, and numerous law enforcement agencies. This book exposes a vastly unjust electoral system. It also highlights the motivations and input of major players such as, George W. Bush, Al Gore, Jesse Jackson, Ralph Nader, and John Ashcroft. Many events have clouded our memory but “The 2000 Presidential Election in the U.S.” is a stark reminder of how the 21st century started.

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