Mutiny in Perotland

Disillusioned fans want Ross to stop thinking only about recruiting and start crusading for his agenda

For Lloyd Wells, serving as a volunteer in Ross Perot's advocacy group United We Stand America "was one of the most euphoric experiences of my life." Wells, 72, had been an activist for decades, agitating against orthodox politics. It was the fulfillment of his dreams when Perot arrived on the scene and organized a popular rebellion against the major parties. But this month the Maine chapter of Perot's organization ejected Wells and two others for alleged insubordination. Last week Wells was helping to organize a competing group in Maine and began coordinating with disaffected Perotistas elsewhere. "We're going to promote Perot's...

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