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 GÇö drawing record crowds and contributions GÇö was poised to win the Democratic nomination.
Written by a longtime aide, this book offers an insiderGÇÖs view of the unlikely juggernaut that captivated grassroots voters and confounded the political establishment. Starting with the bidGÇÖs 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.