The U.S. Has Had Third Parties All Along
How come your story on third parties, "In '96, three may not be a crowd" (News: Analysis & Commentary, Sept. 4), dealt only with party-less individuals and ignored an already established third party? Not only does the Libertarian Party already exist, but it's the only party that responds perfectly to the country's current longing for less government, more personal liberty, and responsibility in both the social and economic arenas. Apparently, you don't consider the Libertarian Party as newsworthy as media luminaries like Ross Perot and General Colin Powell. But if 40 million Generation Xers vote Libertarian, you will.
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