LWV League of Women Voters of California
Los Angeles County, CA November 7, 2000 Election
Smart Voter Political Philosophy for William Harpur

Candidate for
United States Representative; District 33

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CAMPAIGN 2000 is proving to be an historic battleground for our political destiny. Most informed Americans realize that we cannot survive the Third Millennium without a radical rethinking of our institutions, policies, and patterns of behavior. No such leadership is coming from from the Republican or Democratic parties. The ideologies, and the candidates, put forward by these two parties are simply more of the same politics-as-usual.

Today, at a time when the trust in these two parties is at an all time low, and the depth of our leadership crisis has been starkley exposed, millions of concerned Americans , led by thousands of Natural Law Part candidates are mounting an unprecedented national effort to rescue our country from a self-serving political-industrial oligarchy, enshrinred in the two parties and their corporate sponsors, who, above all else seek to preserve the status quo.

Our dynamic economy is the direct result of our highly competitive, free enterprise system. Our political system is just the opposite. Competition is discouraged. Ballot access barriers make challenges to the two major parties almost impossible. Is it any wonder that for decades we have wasted our financialresources and our energies on programs that don't work and have no scientific possibility of ever working.

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