The Everyman's Guide to knowing which way to vote

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
"The Everyman's Guide to knowing which way to vote" is a Political Party Comparison Chart that clarifies the key differences--on 50 major issues--between Liberals & Democrats on the one hand...and Conservatives & Republicans on the other. It is a user-friendly 'Voter's Guide' that summarizes--and simplifies--the basic stand that each party has on the most important issues facing America today.

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Gregory Pyper reviewed on July 9, 2012

Great book for anyone who wants to clearly see the differnces between the two major parties. Sure, Walker has a conservative viewpoint--but it is hard to argue with his clear and concise summary of the positions of each party. Well written! Worth the $.99!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Michael Bull reviewed on June 3, 2012

An interesting read. However, this author seems to have his mind made up. This is not a balanced view, but a justification for voting in a particular way and why to do otherwise would be unwise. If you want to further justify a more conservative voting pattern this read will confirm and support that stance. It is a great read from that point of view. If you are undecided you will not find this a good source for presenting, in a factual way, the advantages and disadvantages of both sides of political divide. You will need to go to other sources for that.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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