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How to Change a Law is a simple do-it-yourself manual for voters and policy advocates who want to take political action and change laws. Using the iLobby platform and our seven-step guide, you will learn how to craft your message, build a coalition, and move your issue forward. You will also learn to vote on issues, not just for candidates. Most of us confuse politics with policy.

In this book, we're not talking about getting people elected to office. We are talking about helping our elected leaders find solutions to problems that affect all of us. Issues like student debt, gun violence, immigration, cyber security, privacy, ISIS, energy independence, healthcare, taxes, etc. If you are willing to go on the journey, this book will be your roadmap to becoming a citizen legislator.

©2016 John Thibault (P)2016 John Thibault

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  • VMD
  • 17-05-2021

If you are serious about affecting change

If you are serious about affecting change, about investing your time to make a difference, this is a wonderful starting poimt.

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  • meilitammie
  • 12-05-2020

Self-Promotion of website not much else

I regret buying and listening to the book.

The following is the only value that you will learn from this book: effective lobbyists need a Message (objective & well analyzed); need a Mass (of aligned constituents); need to show
Money (either through indirect or direct contribution).

I was sorely disappointed with this author and this book. This book it was clearly written with the sole purpose of helping the author promote his website/business. The name of his website/business seems to have been un-naturally inserted dozens of times.

If only, the author could have been a bit more objective and approached the book as a stand-alone educational tool the content and depth of the book could have been much better.

There are large sections of the book where the author goes off onto tangential non-relevant, narcissistic auto-biographical incidents.

Finally the author’s website/ business also is not worth the time or money... it’s good for a copy and past of the layout and general approach and framework to lobbying but nothing more.

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