[Marxism] Green Strategy 2004-2008

Yoshie Furuhashi furuhashi.1 at osu.edu
Thu Jul 1 14:43:46 MDT 2004


Thursday, July 01, 2004
Green Strategy 2004-2008

How did the David Cobb/Pat LaMarche ticket receive the Green Party 
nomination? And what does it mean for the Green Party in particular 
and American politics in general? My conclusion is that the so-called 
"red states" Greens, by rejecting Ralph Nader/Peter Camejo campaign, 
first of all served to diminish the Green Party's own strength in the 
"safe state" of California, ironically without helping the pro-war 
Democratic Party candidate John Kerry (despite the hope of the 
Cobb/LaMarche faction) in the most crucial "swing states": Ohio (20 
electors/3.6% victory margin in 2004), Florida (27/0.0%), 
Pennsylvania (21/4.1%), and Michigan (17/5.1%). . . .

[The full text with links is available at 
<http://montages.blogspot.com/2004/07/green-strategy-2004-2008.html>.]
-- 
Yoshie

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* Al-Awda-Ohio: <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Al-Awda-Ohio>
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