The Conscience of A Liberal
Reclaiming the Compassionate AgendaBook - 2001 | 1st ed.
The liberal senator defends the "politics of conviction" in a memoir of his life and political career that describes his battle for health care reform, education, and support for children.
Blackwell North Amer
Senator Paul Wellstone's compassionate agenda leads us from the farm fields and labor halls of Minnesota to the United States Senate, where, fighting for his progressive policy, he is frequently Republican Majority Leader Trent Lott's most vocal nemesis. Along the way, he argues passionately for citizen activism, proves why all politics is personal, and explains why those with the deepest commitment to their beliefs will triumph.
The outspoken liberal senator defends the "politics of conviction" in a populist memoir of his life and political career that describes his battle for health care reform, education, and support for children; makes an argument for progressive activism; and espouses a deep commitment to personal beliefs and values. 35,000 first printing.
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"Politics is what we create by what we do, what we hope for, and what we dare to imagine." Paul David Wellstone (July 21, 1944 – October 25, 2002)
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