Political Hopeful Books

Howard Kurtz has a wrap up of books about presidential hopefuls John Kerry, John Edwards, and Howard Dean. The book on Kerry is about his tour of duty in Vietnam and portrays his ambivalence at the effects of the war. Edwards’ book portrays him as a lawyer fighting for the little guy. And the book about Dean is a chronicle of the Vermont governor’s rise and his sometime problematic relationship with the media. Kurtz spends the better part of the article talking about Dean, though: Is he or isn’t he electable?


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