Howard Dean in his own words / edited by Lisa Rogak.

Dean, Howard, 1948- [Browse]
1st ed.
New York : Thomas Dunne Books, 2003.
xiv, 106 p. ; 21 cm.


Summary note
  • "As the 2004 election shifts into primary overdrive, the one candidate who is getting the most ink and airtime is former Vermont governor Howard Dean. His fund-raising has skyrocketed past that of the Democratic opponents, and almost a quarter-million people from all fifty states have signed up to volunteer for his campaign."
  • "To say Howard Dean is outspoken is something of an understatement. But what is Dean really saying? And why do the media - and the other Democratic candidates as well as Republicans - constantly try to paint Dean as an extreme liberal?"
  • "Howard Dean: In His Own Words states the governor's opinions on more than seventy issues, from the military to the environment to education. A valuable primer for the politically curious and the most ardent Dean supporter, Howard Dean: In His Own Words captures the voice and intellect of one of America's most fascinating political figures."--Jacket.
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  • Howard Dean in Brief
  • On Affirmative Action
  • On Agriculture
  • On Americans
  • On Balancing the Budget
  • On Being a Physician
  • On Being Called a Liberal
  • On the Bush Tax Cuts
  • On the Campaign
  • On Campaign Finance Reform
  • On Changing His Mind
  • On Civil Liberties
  • On Civil Unions
  • On the Death Penalty
  • On the Democratic Party
  • On Drug Policy
  • On the Economy
  • On Education
  • On Energy Policy
  • On the Environment
  • On the European Union
  • On the Far Right
  • On Foreign Policy
  • On Gun Control
  • On Health Care Reform
  • On His Family
  • On His Opponents
  • On His Past
  • On His Sudden Popularity
  • On His Temperament
  • On His Tenure as Governor of Vermont
  • On Homeland Security
  • On How People Perceive Him
  • On How to Win the Election
  • On Immigration
  • On Iraq
  • On Israel
  • On the Kyoto Treaty
  • On Labor and Unions
  • On Leadership
  • On the Media
  • On Medicinal Marijuana
  • On the Military
  • On NAFTA
  • On New Yorkers
  • On North Korea
  • On the Other Candidates
  • On the Patriot Act
  • On Politics
  • On the Presidency
  • On President George W. Bush
  • On the President He'd Be
  • On Prison Reform
  • On Race
  • On Reproductive Rights
  • On Republicans
  • On the Role of Government
  • On Rural States
  • On Saudi Arabia
  • On Small Business
  • On Smallpox Vaccinations
  • On Social Security
  • On Taking the Middle Road
  • On Taxes
  • On Terrorism
  • On the United States Congress
  • On Urban Renewal
  • On the Use of the Internet in His Campaign
  • On Vermont.
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