Crashing the Party

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Crashing the Party is a 2002 book by Ralph Nader detailing his experiences running in the 2000 U.S. Presidential Election. It is told chronologically and in the first person.[1]

Nader maintains an unapologetic tone throughout the book and tells why he decided to run. He details many of the problems a third party encounters in a two-party system.

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