THE BOOK THAT STARTED IT ALL
Order your print edition of the 20th Anniversary edition of the underground classic by journalists James and Kenneth Collier.
Are our elections stolen?
The Collier's 25 year investigation began in Dade County, Florida, 1970. It reveals the origins of today's insider vote-rigging cartels, with their fingers on the electronic keys that control democracy.
Part harrowing personal journey, part who-done-it page turner, Votescam is a must read for anyone seeking to understand how we lost control of democracy in America.
2012 edition Votescam update by Victoria Collier, author of How to Rig an Election
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About The Forbidden Bookshelf:
For more than half a century, America’s vast literary culture has been disparately policed, and imperceptibly contained, by state and corporate entities well placed and perfectly equipped to wipe out wayward writings. As America does not ban books, other means—less obvious, and so less controversial—have been deployed to vaporize them. The purpose of Forbidden Bookshelf is to bring such disappeared books back to life so that readers may finally learn what those in power did not want anyone to know.
By looking deep into the darker trends and episodes in US history, these brave works help show how America became the land it is today, and how we might start to change it.
Victoria Collier is the daughter and niece of the late James and Kenneth Collier who both passed away in the 90s. She continues to educate and organize for election reform, and transparent democracy.
Victoria is the co-founder of the National Election Defense Coalition.
How to Rig An Election
Victoria Collier | Harper's Magazine | November, 2012
Please see this amazing article which I just came across. It's stunning. . .
- Oliver Stone, Director
- Mark Crispin Miller, Author of "Fooled Again" and "Loser Take All"
Collier's piece is timely and jaw-dropping . . .
- Andrew Cohen, legal analyst for 60 Minutes and CBS Radio