Dan La Botz wrote "A Vision from the Heartland" during his 2010 campaign for Senate. In it, he explains how capitalism was responsible for the current disasters our nation faces, and he also explains how creating a socialist society holds the key to get out of it. 232 pages.
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About the Author
Daniel H. La Botz (born on August 9, 1945) is a prominent American labor union activist, academic, journalist, and author. He was a co-founder of Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU) and has written extensively on worker rights in the United States and Mexico. He is a member of the socialist organization Solidarity, which describes itself as "a democratic, revolutionary socialist, feminist, anti-racist organization," which comes out of the Trotskyist tradition. La Botz ran in 2010 for a seat in the United States Senate for the Socialist Party.