As Goes Ohio: Election Theft Since 2004 (Paperback)
by Bob Fitrakis , Harvey Wasserman & Jonathon Harris
As Goes Ohio, so goes our nation politically. This book is a compilation of investigative reports from Ohio's leading online investigative newspaper -- freepress.org. Award-winning journalists Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman testified before Congress on the evidence of election fraud and theft following the 2004 presidential election. For the first time, their post-election online investigative reports are in print. Revelations regarding the CIA's connection to "computer voting," the criminal destruction of voting records, and the bizarre world of Ohio politics is gathered here. The text includes an extensive overview of the corruption of Ohio elections and a conclusion that offers concrete reforms for making our elections fair and transparent.
About the Author Bob Fitrakis is a Political Science Professor in the Social and Behavioral Sciences department at Columbus State Community College, where he won the Distinguished Teaching Award in 1991. He was a Ford Foundation Fellow to the Michigan State legislature in 1975 and studied at the University of Sarejevo on scholarship in 1978. He is the Editor of the Free Press and freepress.org. He has a Ph.D in Political Science from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and a J.D. from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. He co-authored What Happened in Ohio? A documentary record of theft and fraud in the 2004 election (New Press) and has authored or co-authored ten other books. Fitrakis has won eleven investigative journalism awards from the Cleveland Press Club, Project Censored, and the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, among others. He was an international election observer for the 1994 El Salvador presidential election and co-authored and edited the International Observer Election Report. Harvey Wasserman is also author or co-author of a dozen books, including SOLARTOPIA! OUR GREEN-POWERED EARTH, A.D. 2030 and HARVEY WASSERMAN'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. Harvey's journalistic writings and columns have appeared in major newspapers and magazines worldwide since 1967. He and Fitrakis co-host Radio FreePress.Org, and have appeared on Lou Dobbs, Democracy Now! and other major US media. Harvey speaks regularly to campus and citizen gatherings throughout the US. In 1967 he helped found the legendary anti-war Liberation News Service, which in 1968 moved to the Montague (Massachusetts) Farm, still in operation (under the stewardship of the Peacemaker Community) as one of the longest-standing organic communal farms in US history.
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 14 October, 2010.