A new book analyzes the first political phenomenon of the Internet age. Author Dana Dunnon worked in the Portsmouth, New Hampshire, office of Howard Dean’s presidential campaign and followed the campaign through the 2004 primaries. His book, “Burning at the Grassroots: Inside the Dean Machine,” Dunnon profiles Dean, his campaign staff and the other major players in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. (To hear Neal Charnoff’s interview with Dannon, click on the “Listen” icon.)
More inforamtion on Dannon’s book, including a calendar of book signing in the region, can be found at www.burningatthegrassroots.com.