Third Party: Volume II: Strange Bedfellows by Steven Nemerovski

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Volume II, Strange Bedfellows, examines the twisted thinking of modern day Democrats and Republicans that it is more important to get elected than it is to govern responsibly. 

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Written by Steven Nemerovski
Publisher Wasteland Press
ISBN-13 978-1-68111-128-5
Book Dimensions 6x9
Format Paperback
Pages 388

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Starting in the Middle, the first volume in the Third Party series, was originally published in 2010.  Since that time, the level of dysfunction and  polarization in the political system and government has intensified and the public’s desire for an effective, competitive third party is rapidly growing.   Yet, nothing changes.   

Volume II, Strange Bedfellows, examines the twisted thinking of modern day Democrats and Republicans that it is more important to get elected than it is to govern responsibly.  Focusing on the evils of win-at-all-costs elections and the role decennial redistricting plays in protecting incumbency, the story sheds light on the legislative process and how policy goals take a back seat to political dynasties.

This political thriller is again cloaked in suspense revolving around the diabolical DNC Chairman, Eddie Cobb.  As the E Party fights for its’ survival, in consort with Republican leaders and others, Cobb outdoes his hostility from Volume I by unleashing a series of relentless, subversive attacks in the spirit of America’s many unprincipled, cutthroat politicians.

Steven Nemerovski is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University.  He earned his undergraduate degree from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his law degree from the University of Illinois.  He has been actively engaged with Illinois government and politics for the majority of his career and maintains an active lobbying practice.

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Third Party: Volume II: Strange Bedfellows by Steven Nemerovski

Third Party: Volume II: Strange Bedfellows by Steven Nemerovski

Volume II, Strange Bedfellows, examines the twisted thinking of modern day Democrats and Republicans that it is more important to get elected than it is to govern responsibly. 

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