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Bob Barr Won't Win the White House, but He's Still Fighting to Be Heardnew

The former U.S. Congressman from Georgia has the misfortune of being the Libertarian Party's 2008 nominee for president in a year when third-party candidates have drawn scant attention.
Pittsburgh City Paper  |  Marty Levine  |  10-28-2008  |  Politics

Third Partiers: Nader, Libertarians and Constitutionistsnew

We talk to independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader, Darrell Castle, VP pick for the Constitution Party and a guy who has met Bob Barr.
Boise Weekly  |  Nathaniel Hoffman  |  10-15-2008  |  Politics

Election '08: Bob Barr Plays the Spoilernew

Could the Libertarian presidential candidate be Georgia's Ralph Nader?
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Scott Henry  |  09-19-2008  |  Politics

Metropolis: Bob Barr Channels Sinclair Lewisnew

It would be nice if Obama and McCain paid heed to the libertarian credo.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  John F. Sugg  |  09-10-2008  |  Commentary

Ralph Nader, Bob Barr and Cynthia McKinney Find Common Groundnew

In a rare show of third party unity, the campaigns of Nader, Libertarian Bob Barr and the Green Party's Cynthia McKinney, the last two former Congress members, are joining forces across state lines to overcome ballot access rules designed to keep minor party candidates out.
New Haven Advocate  |  Andy Bromage  |  08-19-2008  |  Politics

The Dream Is Lost: Bush Gets Mandate for Theocracynew

Not only did George Bush win, but he captured the presidency by a margin of what now looks like 4 million votes. That's a clear mandate and a big green light for the right wing to push ahead with an ideological program.
The Village Voice  |  James Ridgeway  |  11-03-2004  |  Commentary

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