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From the NO LABELS political organization, this book presents an unbiased education for voters on all the key issues America faces and how we can overcome them.

With the 2020 US presidential election looming, the emerging contest doesn’t seem so much a battle of ideas as it does a war of two tribes bent on the other’s destruction. The Far Left and Far Right aren’t much
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Published October 29th 2019 by Diversion Books
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Randal White
Great look into the issues our country is experiencing today. Looked at from a bipartisan viewpoint, the ideas could go a long way to solving our problems. But, alas, unfortunately people find themselves only as hard right or hard left, and aren't able to bend at all. Maybe, if people took time to actually read this book, and put away their preformed talking points, we could actually solve things! Wishful thinking.
Alejandro
Sep 09, 2019 rated it really liked it
**NOTE: I received ARC of this book in ebook form via NetGalley in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. I did not receive compensation from the publisher for my review and so the opinions expressed within are of my own.**

"The Ultimate Guide to the 2020 Election" by Ryan Clancy and Margaret White (of No Labels) was an extremely fascinating read. I have heard of No Labels before in that I knew it was an organization/think tank that aims to try and bridge bipartisanship in an extremely
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Jason Muckley
Aug 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
"The Ultimate Guide to the 2020 Election" from No Labels, written by Ryan Clancy and Margaret White was a fascinating read about moderate politics moving the country away from tribalism and to a place of compromise that would be best for the United States.

There was lots of topics covered including healthcare, energy and climate change, infrastructure, "big tech" regulation, immigration, and other topics. There were lots of "common sense" policies that would really help both sides come to an
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Kyle
Aug 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Compelling read that attempts to find bipartisan solutions to some of the most polarizing issues currently facing the country. The authors explore the basics of each topic from the point of view from the left and the right, and then finds their common ground solution. You may not agree with the solution or either political leaning, but it is a good exploration to civilly review issues from all sides. Readers might not embrace the middle ground approach, but they will gain some additional ...more
Kathy
Dec 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is an excellent guide for the voter who wants to know the election issues. Today, with all the partisanship around us, it often difficult to sift through everything pundits say to find out what the basic issues are, what the issues are all about and get some ideas about how each side feels about them or, at least, what they have put out on them. This book provides just that. I may not agree with all the authors have said in the book, but, all in all, it is quite comprehensive and does ...more
Melissa Laidman
Jul 26, 2019 rated it really liked it
This was actually pretty interesting. These authors are committed to finding bipartisan solutions for some of our big problems as a nation. They find fault with both parties, and some of the solutions they suggest really might work. I liked the questions they came up with for candidates from both parties. They are all legitimate questions. However, the fact that it is a guide to the 2020 election, they mostly ignore the fact that the current president is a madman who cannot be reasoned with. If ...more
Mary Grace
Jan 16, 2020 rated it liked it
A good effort at a bipartisan scope of our current political issues, though I do wish some of the candidate question portions of the book were more thoroughly thought out. For example, the section on the environment only asked about the Green New Deal, which doesn't leave much room for expansion on other ideas. I really like this guide as a starting point for people looking to get all of the information without the bias, but I noted a few hints at inherent bias throughout the text (unavoidable, ...more
Cheryl Rowland
Dec 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Excellent book that explains how with bipartisanship we can solve some of the toughest problems that this country is facing. The current political atmosphere in this country has become so divisive and tribal that without bipartisanship we were are not going to survive which is what our enemies would like to see happen.
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Dec 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A concise and poignant analysis of the issues and a slate of sensible proposals are offered. I read the whole book in two nights. I would like to see more topics covered such as foreign affairs.

I would like to see a book called "No Political Parties" as they are the primary hindrance to achieving consensus, progress, and solutions.
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“The way incentives are set up in our system today, politicians and even presidential candidates don’t need to care about what the majority wants. They only need to respond to the comparatively small number of people and interest groups who fund their campaigns and turn out to vote for them in elections—especially the primary elections that narrow Americans’ choices more than most of us appreciate.” 0 likes
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