Fourth Way

Lizza, Ryan
December 2003
New Republic;12/29/2003-1/12/2004, Vol. 229 Issue 26-28, p10
Focuses on the controversial statement by Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean that the world is not any safer because former Iraq leader Saddam Hussein has been captured. Media coverage; Dean's refusal to back down; Criticism of centrist Democrats; Defense of Dean aides; Comparison to former president Bill Clinton; Support for a plan to move the country toward universal health care; Tax reform; Analysis of Dean's policy.


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