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Breakfast with Dr. Dean

On Wednesday, April 12, we held our third Prospect breakfast, this one featuring Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean. Journalists in attendance included Michael Tomasky and Mark Leon Goldberg from The American Prospect ; Jane Mayer, The New Yorker ; James Fallows and Josh Green, The Atlantic ; Thomas Edsall, The Washington Post ; Ari Berman, The Nation ; Walter Shapiro and Michael Scherer, Salon ; Jules Witcover, Tribune Media; Amy Sullivan, The Washington Monthly ; Ellen Ratner, Talk Radio News Service; Terence Samuel, AOL.com; David Grossman, politicstv.com; Matt Stoller of MyDD.com and Josh Orton, Air America Radio. A full transcript follows: Dean: Let me just do a brief overview of what's been going on in the last year at the DNC. We've basically rebuilt the DNC with a different emphasis on what we're doing. We're primarily now a grass-roots organization. We've raised $57 million in the last year, which is 20 percent more than anybody had in previous years, and we'...

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JUST POSTED ON TAP: DON�T DO IT. Matt makes the case against war with Iran. --The Editors

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DINING WITH DEAN. From Tuesday�s American Prospect breakfast with Howard Dean : Walter Shapiro: Governor, from where you sit, is the fact that there will be two caucuses between the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary a done deal, or is this still open for negotiation, as to whether there will be caucuses and/or whether New Hampshire will have its traditional unmolested Iowa/New Hampshire role in American history? Howard Dean: We don�t molest anybody. We leave that to the deputy press secretary of the Homeland Security agency. For this and more, listen to this recording of the event. --The Editors

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JUST POSTED ON TAP: THE OUTRAGE GAP. The last thing Democrats need is an electorate on the fence, says Terence Samuel. --The Editors

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JUST POSTED ON TAP: IF THEY HAD A HAMMER. Terence Samuel thinks the Democrats could stand to learn a thing or two from Tom DeLay . So now�s that moment, at the end of the fund-drive, where the hosts say you only have five more minutes to join. That�s not entirely true in our case, but still, please subscribe . This is the last you�ll hear about subscriptions for at least a few months. --The Editors

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