Campaign Zen 500b.c. - 2012: Colonial March thru Election History Told in Tavern Doggerel.

A colonial march thru election history, filled with humor, insights and political commentary. From first elections in Athens 500 BC to 2012. A look at our democracy as a sport needing our participation.
Guaranteed to make you laugh!

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Words: 22,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476225654
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Campaign Zen, 500bc - 2012 is an illustrated history of the ballot box and the election campaign process. The American story is told in doggerel with voices from native Americans, Colonials, British soldiers and others. It concludes with a media analysis of the 2012 election, told with humor.

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What It Is & How To Use + 4 More
Six readings on You Tube from Campaign Zen. Please enjoy.

Wailing Wall Street Blues
Peter Prasad reads from Campaign Zen. Have fun with this book in funny accents.

A Pox on All Your Foxes
Peter Prasad reads from Campaign Zen. He speaks on the lack of objectivity from Fox Media on political coverage.

Waffle at Political Pancake
Peter Prasad reads from Campaign Zen. It's important to have fun with the US Presidential election process.

Consume or Commune
Peter Prasad reads from Campaign Zen.

Campaign Zen: What It Is
Peter Prasad introduces his heart-felt political satire, Campaign Zen.

Campaign Zen: How To Use
Peter Prasad discusses the many fun ways to use Campaign Zen with families and at parties.

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