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A collection of political essays and correspondence by the writer Jonathan Bayliss (1926-2009) addressing crucial questions in American politics, including: why political parties matter, why citizens should register and vote as Democrats, what the Republican Party really wants, and what Democrats stand for (in a nutshell). His answers are simple and vitally important. Bayliss shares political hopes and deep disappointments, from the devastating defeat of Adlai Stevenson in the Presidential election of 1952 to the Democratic Primary contest between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in 2008. He offers advice to his favorite candidates, continually promotes their strengths, and defends them publicly when they lose elections. Bayliss's lifetime spanned momentous world events. Growing up in poverty during the Great Depression, he spent many evenings listening on the radio to FDR's fireside chats. He served in the Navy toward the end of World War II and lived to see Barack Obama in the White House.