Ventura--former governor, wrestler, and Navy SEAL--discusses what's wrong with the Democrats, the Republicans, and politics in America.
Jesse Ventura was the 38th governor of Minnesota, serving from 1999 to 2003. Previous to that, he served as mayor of Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. He is a navy veteran and has worked as a professional wrestler and actor, as well as a radio and television talk show host. His books I Ain't Got Time to Bleed, Do I Stand Alone?, and Don't Start the Revolution Without Me! have all been national bestsellers. Dick Russell is the author of five books including The Man Who Knew Too Much, Black Genius, and On the the Trail of the JFK Assassins.
Prologue: The Country at a Crossroads
The Need for a New Adventure
The Road to the Arena
Down That Texas Trail
Thinking Politics in Bush Country
Crossing Borders: A Curious Sense of Security
Breaking Down Barriers: China and Cuba
Transitions: Down Mexico Highway 5
Longing for Light Rail
Money, Sports, and Politics: A Universal Language
The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same
In the Eye of the Hurricane
At Conception Bay
Reflections on TV and Teaching
Thinking War in a Peaceful Place
Musing in Baja on Changing the System
A Character in Search of an Ending
Epilogue: Why I Didn't Run in 2008 (and Still Might Someday)
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