8 edition of Dukakis and the reform impulse found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Richard Gaines and Michael Segal.|
|LC Classifications||F71.3.D85 G35 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||87043137|
In the book, Mrs. Dukakis blames both her diet pill addiction and the failure of the marriage, after four years, to her mother's secretiveness. She later met Michael Dukakis, and the two married. Michael S. Dukakis is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University, and a visiting professor at the Luskin School of Public Affairs at UCLA. He and former U.S. Senator Paul Simon authored How to Get Into Politics – and Why, which was designed to encourage young people to think seriously about politics and public.
Michael Dukakis, in full Michael Stanley Dukakis, (born November 3, , Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S.), American politician and lawyer, who was the Democratic Party’s nominee for president in The son of Greek immigrants, Michael Dukakis graduated from Swarthmore College in After serving in the U.S. Army in South Korea, he attended Harvard Law School, earning his law degree in. Michael Stanley Dukakis is an American Democratic politician, former Governor of Massachusetts, and was the Democratic presidential nominee in /5.
Explaining his rationale for running, the Democratic Presidential nominee told reporters, “As everyone else started jumping into the race, I started feeling a little left out.”. That reform impulse would continue to mark his career. By , now a practicing lawyer, he won a seat in the state legislature. For eight years there he was known as a maverick reformer. But Dukakis, running for lieutenant governor, lost in his first bid for statewide .
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Dukakis and the Reform Impulse. Link/Page Citation ON POLITICAL BOOKS hello to the suburbs, Ivy League suits, and Reform. Dukakis's long rule in Massachusetts was founded on those twin splits and transitions: first, the Jewish heart-transplant inside his privileged old town and, second, the statewide breakup of the natural Irish hegemony.
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Meeting at Philadelphia, the Republicans expressed jubilation over the successful outcome of the war with Spain, the restoration of prosperity, and the effort to obtain new. Impulse for Reform. In the first half of the nineteenth century, politicians either ignored or avoided a number of social issues, including alcoholism, the quality of public education, slavery, and women's rights.
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Mr. Gaines, now an editor with the weekly Boston Phoenix, is coauthor of a book on the governor entitled “Dukakis and the Reform Impulse.” Few episodes in the campaign, Gaines says, have more clearly revealed Dukakis’s reserve and cool self-containment than his response to a question in the second presidential debate.
DUKAKIS An American Odyssey. By Charles Kenney and Robert L. Turner. Illustrated. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $ DUKAKIS AND THE REFORM IMPULSE By Richard Gaines and Michael Segal.
Michael Dukakis was the 65th and 67th Governor of Massachusetts, from to and to His running mate, Lloyd Bentsen, was a senator from Texas and a member of the United States Senate Committee on Finance who had previously ran for the Democratic nomination in Initial announcement.
On MaDukakis, then the Governor of Massachusetts, gave what has Affiliation: Democratic Party. Michael Dukakis, three-term governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts who served longer in that post than any other person in history, is best remembered in history as the Democratic candidate for President in an election in which Ronald Reagan's vice president, George Bush, effectively used "Swift Boat" tactics to undermine Dukakis' candidacy.
The Dukakis campaign refused to comment on whether he would withdraw U.S. forces from the gulf, if the allies refused to participate in a multinational force. Dukakis also backs an oil boycott as. Richard Gaines; Michael s and the Reform n Press. a revised edition, Dukakis: The Man Who Would Be President, published by Avon in Charles Kenney; Robert L.
s: An American Odyssey. Michael Dukakis (born ) is a former Governor of Massachusettes who lost his bid for President of the United States to George Bush in Michael Dukakis is the type of person who would take along a book called Swedish Land-Use Planning as light reading on a family vacation.
With Michael Dukakis the "Mike" of campaign signs is just that, a campaign. Yet while the total number of declared and viable aspirants to the Presidency has now been reduced by 10 - from 13 to 3 (Vice President Bush.
Dukakis` chief contribution, in the opinion of many, was to use his office to bring the economic boom to older, depressed cities outside of the Boston area.
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The Reform Impulse The presidential election of gave the American people a chance to pass judgment on the McKinley administration, especially its foreign policy. Meeting at Philadelphia, the Republicans expressed jubilation over the successful outcome of the war with Spain, the restoration of prosperity and the effort to obtain new markets.
David Greene talks to Kitty Dukakis and her husband, former Mass. Gov. Michael Dukakis, about their campaign to destigmatize electroshock therapy. .an exceedingly un-even book, filled with typos and generally poorly constructed.
and yet for all that, a fascinating look into massachusetts politics with the kinds of behind-the-scenes stories that really round out the issues of the day. and fairly evenhanded about dukakis - or perhaps "bipolar" is a better way to describe it; early chapters randomly call dukakis "good looking" and later 3/5.