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America, the owner's manual

(SAGE) Tired of a divisive campaign season full of mudslinging but lacking substantive discussion of important topics? Frustrated at government officials who seem to prioritize gridlock and partisanship over problem solving and progress? In AMERICA, THE OWNER'S MANUAL: You Can Fight City Hall and Win, former U.S. Senator Bob Graham and attorney/long-time public servant Chris Hand show us how to discover, build, and flex our citizenship muscles.
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