Lewis Carroll alternate reality — to the other side of the l

What could be simpler? All Levine had to do was to get the message to someone close to Nader. He got his chance when Nader made a campaign swing through New York. In Levine's words, this turned out to be a voyage into "Nader's own Lewis Carroll alternate reality — to the other side of the looking glass."
I know Lewis Carroll was the author of <Alice's Adventures in Wonderland>and <through the looking glass>.But what does this metaphor means? many thanks.
 
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