Beating Around the Bush: A new kind of campaign provides a channel for the hopes and passions of a nation

McKibben, Bill
November 2003
Orion Magazine;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p14
This article looks at the status of Howard Dean's election campaign as he is being considered a competent rival of George W. Bush in the upcoming U.S. presidential election in 2004. Popularity of Dean as a candidate; Characterization of his campaign; Way to beat Bush in the election.


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