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Independent politics : the Green Party strategy debate

Author: Howard Hawkins
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Haymarket Books, 2006.
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Independent politics.
Chicago, Ill. : Haymarket Books, 2006
(OCoLC)607165365
Online version:
Independent politics.
Chicago, Ill. : Haymarket Books, 2006
(OCoLC)609548028
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Howard Hawkins
ISBN: 9781931859301 1931859302
OCLC Number: 65978491
Description: 328 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Ten key values of the Green Party --
Introduction : the Green Party's missed opportunity in 2004, and the opportunity still at hand / Howie Hawkins --
Introduction part II : missing documents and summary of contents not included / Rachel Odes. chapter 1. Green independence? : the debate begins --
1. Run, Ralph Run! / Howie Hawkins --
2. Appeal to Nader / Green gubernatorial candidates --
3. The Avocado Declaration / initiated by Peter Miguel Camejo --
4. The Green Party and the 2004 elections : a three-dimensional plan / John Rensenbrink, Tom Sevigny --
5. For a Green presidential campaign in 2004 / Howie Hawkins --
6. A Green Party "safe states" strategy / Ted Glick --
7. Green Party 2004 presidential strategy / David Cobb. chapter 2. Green tactics and strategy --
1. "Strategic voting" is strategic suicide / Howie Hawkins --
2. Debating the election : the Democrats don't deserve our support / Sharon Smith --
3. Debating the election : we have a responsibility to work to defeat Bush / Norman Solomon --
4. Statement on Green strategy 2004 and call for dialogue and action / eighteen Green Party activists --
5. Run Ralph run, but as a Green / Greens for Nader --
6. Letter to the Steering Committee and the Presidential Exploratory Committee of the Green Party / Ralph Nader --
7. Letter to Ralph Nader urging reconsideration of withdrawal / Green Party Steering Committee --
8. Endorsement, not nomination / Ralph Nader --
9. Greens should endorse Nader / Greens for Nader --
10. An open letter to Ralph Nader / the editors of The Nation --
11. Whither The Nation?, an open letter / Ralph Nader --
12. 2004 and the Left / Ted Glick --
13. Endorse Nader / Howie Hawkins --
14. Letter to The Nation / Peter Miguel Camejo --
15. It's not easy being Green / The Nation editors. chapter 3. The Milwaukee Convention --
1. Green Party unity / Peter Miguel Camejo --
2. A few thoughts for the Green Party / Ralph Nader --
3. The Green Party's step backward / Alan Maass --
4. Green and growing : an activist report back from the Green Party convention / Ted Glick --
5. How the Greens chose Kerry over Nader / Walt Contreras Sheasby --
6. Suicide right on the stage : the demise of the Green Party / Jeffrey St. Clair --
7. Why I changed my voter registration today / Norman Solomon --
8. A reply to Norman Solomon and Medea Benjamin : believing in a Green resistance / Todd Chretien --
9. Growing the Green Party / David Cobb --
10. Rigged convention, divided party : how David Cobb became the Green nominee even though he only got 12 percent of the votes / Carol Miller, Forrest Hill --
11. A response to Miller and Hill / Dean Myerson --
12. Cut and run : the Green Party 2004 convention / Peter Miguel Camejo. chapter 4. Independence versus anybody but Bush --
1. Why vote for Ralph Nader? / Matt Gonzalez --
2. A letter to the Black caucus from a Black woman living in South Central / Donna J. Warren --
3. From "maverick" to attack dog : Howard Dean's gay bashing of Ralph Nader / Sherry Wolf --
4. Vote Kerry and Cobb : an open letter to progressives / Medea Benjamin, Peter Coyote, John Eder, Daniel Ellsberg ... [et al.] --
5. Money vs. people : the mystery of the 2004 elections / Peter Miguel Camejo --
6. What you won't hear : twelve topics Democrats will duck at convention / Ralph Nader --
7. David Cobb's soft charade : the Greens and the politics of mendacity / Joshua Frank --
8. Parties to injustice : Democrats will do anything to keep me off the ballot / Ralph Nader --
9. Only progressive unity can defeat Bush / Zach Kaldveer, Sophie Mintier, Greens for Kerry --
10. An open letter to former Naderites running scared in 2004 / Ralph Nader. chapter 5. Lessons from the 2004 elections --
1. Political independence is the lesson of 2004 progressives / Howie Hawkins --
2. New Mexico : a sobering lesson for practical fusion / Jack Uhrich --
3. The Greens are enduring, debating, and learning / Steve Welzer --
4. Resurgence : the Green Party's remarkable transformation / David Cobb --
5. Narcissism runs rampant : diagnosing the Green Party / Joshua Frank --
6. Lessons from the 2004 elections / Peter Miguel Camejo. Appendixes --
1. Reexamining the Green Party nominating convention : a statistical analysis / Forest Hill --
2. Proposals to the Green Party of the United States from the Greens for Democracy and Independence, Green Party of New York State, Green Party of Vermont --
3. Which way forward for the Green Party? / Ashley Smith, Forrest Hill.
Responsibility: edited by Howie Hawkins.
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