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Chris Katsaropoulos was like many Americans. Confused by the political process and apathetic about politics in general, he did not cast a vote in the 2000 presidential election. But when the hotly-contested race was won by only 269 votes, he was convinced that he could no longer neglect his responsibility to vote. His newfound interest in politics, coupled with years of research experience, led him to write this book for the everyday American who wants to participate in the political process but doesn't know where to start. Since his only political agenda item is getting people involved and voting, Chris remains unbiased in his presentation of the facts, and allows the reader to arrive at their own political conclusions.
Chris has written more than a dozen trade books and textbooks, including Learning the Internet for Business. He has worked as editor and product manager for major trade and textbook companies, including Thomson/Course Technology, DDC Publishing, Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, Macmillan Computer Publishing, and Scott, Foresman.