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Harold Hellickson

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A retired MBA, I am a former corporate ideologue, former 3rd party advocate and current curmudgeon. While a continued supporter of a 3rd party, I have concluded their efficacy cannot be demonstrated until our form of Government is changed to facilitate proportional representation. This will require an Amendment to the Constitution which Congress will not support.

I am skeptical of our democratic republic's turn to plutocracy as its form of governance. As a member of Convention USA, I support an Article V States Convention for the purpose of Amendment considerations beyond the influence of Congress.

My interests include ending our Government's policies of war and empire, restoration of monetary, fiscal, and trade policy sanity, reversing the income inequality trend, and improving social justice, the seven major defects of modern day America.

On these concerns and others, I am an open book; reference OpEdNews - Articles - Author's Page for Harold Hellickson

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(9 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, August 16, 2008
You Decide: Republican, Democrat, or Other The gross economic inequities of the past 3-4 decades result from failed policies of both the Republicans and Democrats, policies purchased by corporations and the super-wealthy elite, policies that have permitted capitalism to run absolutely amok. Can the duopoly be made to listen to the American voter?

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