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Howard Dean discusses his reaction to George W. Bush’s handling of the Iraq War, and the post-9/11 response. Dean’s position on the war, and his questions about the country's role in it, fueled his emergence as a a politician who was unafraid to speak his mind.
Howard Dean discusses how his team used the Internet and a proto-social network to boost his campaign and help spread awareness.
Pat Buchanan reflects back on the political ad which focused on George H.W. Bush’s broken promise of no new taxes to gain traction against his rival and plant a seed of doubt in the minds of voters.
Pat Buchanan's family background and conservatism is discussed. His details the experience that he believes qualified him to run for president, including his time working for Nixon, and his years of writing foreign policy.
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