Cohn, Jonathan
October 2003
New Republic;10/13/2003-10/20/2003, Vol. 229 Issue 15/16, p11
Considers the domestic policies of United States presidential candidate Howard dean. Details of reports on the state of health care in Vermont; Health care results of Dean's tenure as governor of Vermont between 1991 and 2001; His policies on insurance coverage and mental health parity.


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