A Dukakis staffer turned Clinton humorist reviews the new documentary The Return of the War Room.
A Dukakis staffer turned Clinton humorist reviews the new documentary "The Return of the War Room."
No one ever suggested Dukakis as a potential candidate again.
Dukakis entered primary day up 20 points in the polls; he lost to King by nine points.
Influential Democrats at the statehouse tell me that the front-runner is none other than Dukakis.
In 1992, when Dukakis lost to Bush Sr., it was practically a slur.
From Florida to Nevada, the GOP is looking to the land of Dukakis and Kennedy and Kerry for a set of coat tails.
Dukakis Makes a Rhetorical Appearance Romney and Santorum kept at each other for most of the debate.
In The New York Times/CBS poll, Bush was running 17 points behind Dukakis at the start of August.
Ironically, unlike Dukakis and apparently Paul, Bill Clinton and Al Gore had each “read the memo” back in the day.