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By Steven Hill

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About the Author

Steven Hill is a writer, columnist and political professional based in the United States with two decades of experience in politics. Hill is the author, most recently, of "Europe's Promise: Why the European Way Is the Best Hope for an Insecure Age," published in January 2010. His previous books include "10 Steps to Repair American Democracy" (2006), "Fixing Elections: The Failure of America's Winner Take All Politics" (2003) and "Whose Vote Counts" (with Rob Richie, 2001). Hill's articles, Op-Eds and commentaries have appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Financial Times, The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, New York Daily News, The Nation, Salon.com, The American Prospect, Social Europe Journal, Le Monde Diplomatique, Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey), Prague Post, Taiwan News, Roll Call, Sierra, Ms. and many other leading publications. For more information, visit Steven Hill's personal website at Steven-Hill.com.

 

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