Foer, Franklin
October 2003
New Republic;10/27/2003, Vol. 229 Issue 17, p11
The article rates Howard Dean on general likeability. On October 12, The New York Times published a story contending that John Kerry and Dick Gephardt are in cahoots to sink their rival, Howard Dean, but provided almost no evidence to substantiate their cooperation. Times reporter David Halbfinger quotes Joe Trippi, Dean's campaign manager: "It's the Beltway boys hanging out together. This is the kind of inside Washington politics that people are sick of.".


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