New book describes the philosophical underpinnings of the Independence Party, the third largest in New York State and growing rapidly across America

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Author and Celebrity Talk Show Host Frank MacKay Tackles Politics with a Unique and Independent Style

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"A book that is so relevant for our time!"

What About the Rest of Us by Frank MacKay is a new book just released by Boulevard Books. It’s the author’s third book, but his first about politics. While MacKay is best known as a television and radio host in which he delves into the life and times of celebrity-types, he is also the driving force behind the Independence Party of New York, a small but growing political party with a unique and independent political philosophy. In the book, MacKay offers a model for political change and a simple and straightforward platform that promotes political independence and "centered and pragmatic leadership.”

What About the Rest of Us was written for the People, and for anyone who believes they can’t change the system. It was written for people who don’t fit into a traditional major party political camp and who can’t describe in one line where their beliefs lie. It was written for the nation’s young voters who are frustrated and under-represented, and believe they have been left with a government that may not even be able to meet their needs as they age into retirement. It is written for a large sub-section of the American politic that believe their government has been hijacked by special interests that reap the majority of the nation’s wealth while the poor and the middle classes struggle to make ends meet. It was also written for anyone interested in politics and the history of third parties.

MacKay’s TV and radio persona is often described as upbeat, probing and lighthearted, but never boring. He has imbued that same unique style into his political writing. What About the Rest of Us tackles a serious subject with ease and in a way that resonates with people from all walks of life. The book is hopeful and direct in its message, and seeks to provide a road map for change for the majority of the American people who the author believes no longer fit into a major party philosophy.

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