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Published on Mar 31, 2014
Mark Crispin Miller discusses stealing elections. Why are the elections of 2002 and 2004 a harbinger of the future? What happened in 2006 and what can we learn from that experience?
Think the 2006 elections are old news? Think the pendulum is swinging back toward the center and we don't have to worry about a repeat of Florida 2000 or Ohio 2004? Think again, says Mark Crispin Miller, author of the highly acclaimed study of the 2004 elections Fooled Again. Control of the House and the Senate did change last November, but the margins were slim enough to call the fairness of the election process into question.
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