Some people laughed, many were skeptical, and still others were indifferent when Howard Dean floated the idea in 2000. But just three years late, the onetime Vermont governor G++--ª+---¼ drawing record crowds and contributions G++--ª+---¼ was poised to win the Democratic nomination.
Written by a longtime aide, this book offers an insiderG++--ª+++s view of the unlikely juggernaut that captivated grassroots voters and confounded the political establishment. Starting with the bidG++--ª+++s humble beginnings, the day-to-day account chronicles both the highs and lows as Dean and his staffers learn how to deal with the press, other politicians, and the double-edged nature of popularity.
Do The Impossible: My Crash Course On Presidential Politics Inside The Howard Dean Campaign is a revealing read for anyone who followed Dean for America or just wants to know what really happens inside a presidential campaign.