Crowley, Michael
January 2004
New Republic;1/19/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 1, p11
Awards U.S. Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry a "B" in general likeability for displaying passion in his critique of candidate Howard Dean. Details of Kerry's comments on Dean; Claim that Kerry's position on Dean has given life to his campaign, which previously appeared to have been run mainly on his ambition to become president.


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