Russ speaks with RT’s Abby Martin about WhoWhatWhy’s recent article, Unstacking the Deck: The Status Quo, Third Parties, and You. The subject: our incredible shrinking choices in national politics—plus what can be done to reverse the trend, and bring fresh ideas and new possibilities to the country.
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Come meet and hear Russ Baker -- Seattle Thursday, April 24, 7pm, Common Good Café, University Temple Methodist Church, 1415 NE 43rd St., Seattle, WA 98105. Russ will offer fresh insights into the subjects we’ve been covering at WhoWhatWhy—subjects of vital importance, from our growing loss of privacy to the abject failure of the mass media to tell us what is really going on in our world. A Q&A will follow and copies of his book, Family of Secrets, will be available.
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