The Realignment of Pennsylvania Politics Since 1960 | The Sellout
Americans have long had a history of volunteerism; however, grassroots partisan politics is often not considered a worthy volunteer endeavor―not as worthy as, for example, working in a homeless shelter or a literacy center. Green Shoots of Democracy argues for a more democratic, transparent party structure―one that is sorely needed to counter the widespread perception that electoral politics is dirty business rather than an honorable civic project.
About: Drawing on the experiences of grassroots political activists from different socio- economic and ethnic backgrounds, Green Shoots of Democracy explores how self-identified progressives manage (or fail to manage) to work within a big city political machine.
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