We look at what affect state recognition of the Abenaki tribes might have on federal recognition, revisit the Maurice Sendak collection at Dartmouth and get a preview of the VPT series, "The Governors."
Eight years ago, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean’s soaring
presidential campaign reached a precipice in the Iowa caucuses. Now a new presidential primary is underway and we talk with Dean about the best way to vet a presidential candidate.
was as an aide on the campaign that captured the national imagination but
ultimately fell short of its goal, and has written about the wild ride in a new
book called "Do the Impossible: My Crash Course on Presidential Politics Inside
the Howard Dean Campaign."
Governor Howard Dean is endorsing President Obama’s efforts to reach a
compromise budget deficit plan. He
says Republican leaders need to support higher taxes on the wealthy and Democrats
need to accept some cuts in entitlement programs.
Vermont Governor Howard Dean says Democrats should blame the economy for their defeat
at the polls last week, but also he says there are other lessons the president
and the party should learn from the midterm elections.
Former Governor Howard Dean joins Ari Berman, author of Herding Donkeys to discuss the election strategy Dean championed as a presidential candidate and chair of the party, and how that approach has played out in the Obama years. Also, a round-up of wind energy projects in the state.