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  Nathaniel Dean House: The Dean House Restoration and Museum Project
Dean was not only a builder of business blocks in the early years of the capital city, he was also a Regent of the University of Wisconsin, its treasurer in 1858, and a State Assemblyman from Dane County.
Realizing that some memory of the first settlers ought to be preserved and that the Dean House property was already in public hands, the group organized, studied the architecture and its stability, and persuaded the City of Madison to rent it to them for $1 a year in return for care and restoration.
During Madison's 50-year tenure, the house was left unheated in the winter, men's and ladies' rest rooms were constructed, floors were damaged by golfers' shoes, and plaster began falling from the walls and ceilings.
www.wlhn.org /daneco/hbg/deanhouse/restoration.htm   (1177 words)

  Father of the House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the House of Commons, the sole duty of the Father of the House is to assume the Speaker's chair and preside over the election of a new Speaker whenever that office becomes vacant.
In Canada, the longest-serving member of the House of Commons (who is not a cabinet minister) is known as the Dean of the House.
The election of the presiding officers is conducted by the Clerk of the House and the Clerk of the Senate respectively.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Father_of_the_House   (1016 words)

 John Dean - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, when Dean surrendered himself as scheduled on September 3, he was diverted to the custody of U.S. Marshals and kept instead at Fort Holabird (near Baltimore, Maryland) in a special "safe house" holding facility primarily used for witnesses against the Mafia.
Dean's lawyer moved to have his sentence reduced, and on January 8, Sirica granted the motion, adjusting Dean's sentence to time served.
Dean cites the behavior of key members of the Republican leadership - including George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Tom DeLay, Newt Gingrich and Bill Frist - as clear evidence of a relationship between modern right-wing conservatism and this authoritarian approach to governance.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/John_Dean   (1518 words)

 James Dean in Relationships
Dean depends a great deal upon other people for emotional support and he has a large "family" of friends that care about him and treat him as kin.
James Dean tends to surround himself with people who are gentle, sensitive, peace-loving, and artistically or spiritually inclined, and there is a strong element of mutual compassion and sympathy in his personal relationships.
Dean needs to acknowledge that he has some conflicting desires (such as a partner who is very gentle and sensitive but also a powerful, dominant personality, or security and commitment in love relationships but also a lot of freedom and excitement.) Trying to satisfy both sides of the equation can be a tricky challenge.
www.topsynergy.com /famous/James_Dean.asp   (908 words)

 Dean abandons White House bid - Politics - MSNBC.com
As Dean spoke, he was flanked by his wife, Judy, a physician whose rare appearance on the campaign trail had been the subject of discussion of whether she was a proper political wife.
Dean became the first political candidate to sign up for it and suddenly thousands of people were finding him, organizing local events and fund-raisers and slowly making him a force.
Dean stirred controversy in November for saying he wanted “to be the candidate for guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks,” then quieted the uproar by winning the endorsement of two of the country’s largest unions — the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and the Service Employees International Union.
msnbc.msn.com /id/4300993   (1454 words)

 Las Vegas SUN: Dean Formally Announces White House Run
Dean pledged to fight conservative Republicans, docile Democrats and the rest of the Washington establishment - all of whom he holds responsible for turning Americans away from the political system.
Dean is expected to raise at least $4 million by the deadline, a jump from the $2.6 million he collected in the first quarter, a senior campaign official said.
Dean is airing the first political ads of the 2004 campaign, spending $300,000 in Iowa through July 2.
www.lasvegassun.com /drudged/062301089.html   (828 words)

 House Professor and Dean Job Description   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The House Professor/Dean will work in close partnership with the Assistant Dean and the House Council (the student run house-governance structure) in maintaining the welfare of the House community and the well being of its individual members.
Supervise the Assistant Dean in the discharge of her/his responsibilities.
Applicants for the position of House Professor and Dean are welcomed from tenured members of the Cornell faculty who have demonstrated their distinction in teaching and research and a commitment to faculty&endash;student interaction beyond the traditional classroom.
ri.campuslife.cornell.edu /prof_dean_jd.htm   (619 words)

 washingtonpost.com - watergate scandal and deep throat update, john dean
Former White House counsel John W. Dean III was charged with obstruction of justice and spent four months in prison for his role in the Watergate cover-up.
The Deans are at the center of Watergate conspiracy theories that sound as if they came from a steamy Washington novel.
Dean currently lives in Beverly Hills, Calif. with his wife, where he works as a writer, lecturer, and private investment banker.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-srv/onpolitics/watergate/johndean.html   (244 words)

 WorkingForChange-The house that Dean built
Yet if Dean is still outspoken, there are certain questions he won't answer because he doesn't want the press to discern a millimeter of difference between himself and the man who will accept the Democratic nomination in Boston next week.
Dean hadn't read Simon's article when I reached him by phone on Sunday, but believes his campaign was doomed by a paradox: The ferocious opposition to President Bush among rank-and-file Democrats that fed Dean's movement early on eventually led Democrats to abandon him.
Dean is also amused that given his moderate record as a governor, he was somehow seen as a radical.
www.workingforchange.com /article.cfm?itemid=17315   (820 words)

 John Dean - A BuzzFlash Interview
Dean documents how Bush and Cheney have "created the most secretive presidency of my [Dean's] lifetime." For someone who was exposed to the dark secrets of the Nixon administration, there can be no more searing indictment.
Dean's book makes you realize that the Bush Cartel is going to do everything they can to steal the 2004 election.
In the Bush White House, I found the same kind of political mentality that drove the Nixon White House, where every decision was made for its political consequence and potential of reelection, rather than any substantive merit, driving all the decision making.
www.buzzflash.com /interviews/04/04/int04019.html   (4812 words)

 CNN.com - Dean holds nationwide house parties - Dec. 31, 2003
Dean joined the house parties through a conference call and will be introduced by former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper.
Dean aides said the 13 house parties in Iowa are a crucial organizational tool in preparing for the state's January 19 leadoff caucuses.
ET Wednesday, the Dean campaign site was reporting a total $14,748,968 raised in the fourth quarter, with a goal of matching or beating that $14.8 of the third quarter by midnight.
www.cnn.com /2003/ALLPOLITICS/12/31/elec04.prez.dean.parties.ap   (495 words)

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 USATODAY.com - Dean e-book claims to unmask 'Deep Throat'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Dean made the announcement at a book festival, saying, "I thought that 30 years of hiding was long enough.
In 1975, Dean said in a speech in Natchitoches, La., that Deep Throat was Earl J. Silbert, one of the original Watergate prosecutors.
Dean's wife, Maureen, said Tuesday that her husband was traveling, but she confirmed that the book is in the works.
www.usatoday.com /tech/news/2002/05/01/deep-throat.htm   (352 words)

 Meet Dean David Schizer
Dean David Schizer and Columbia Law School were prominently featured in an article titled "The Slowly Changing Faces of Ivy League Law Schools," which ran as a cover story in the December 5, 2005, issue of The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education.
Dean Schizer, who just completed his first year as dean, is the youngest dean ever to serve at the Law School.
Deans need energy and enthusiasm, and they should also bring a fresh perspective - a sense that our flaws can be fixed, and that our potential is limitless.
www.law.columbia.edu /law_school/communications/reports/Fall2004   (532 words)

 CNN.com - Dean nets $15 million in fourth quarter - Jan. 2, 2004
That puts the Dean campaign's total fund raising for 2003 at more than $40 million, as the former governor of Vermont continues his grassroots push, hoping to win the party's nomination for its presidential candidate.
Dean, on the other hand, only spent a little over half the money he had raised.
Dean and Kerry have opted out of public financing which would have limited the amount of money they could spend in different primaries.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/01/01/elec04.prez.dean.fundraising/index.html   (763 words)

 James Dean Biography plus pictures, news, information and products.
Then, at age nine, Dean's father sent him back to live with relatives on a farm near Fairmount, Indiana, where he was raised with a Quaker upbringing.
Dean began his career with a soft drink commercial followed by a stint as a stunt tester in the game show Beat the Clock.
Dean had become friends with fellow auto enthusiast and multi-millionaire, Lance Reventlow, who was one of the last people to speak to Dean when they met on their way to an auto race in Salinas, California.
www.biographyplus.com /james_dean.htm   (680 words)

 SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Politics -- House Democrats criticize Dean's Israel comments
WASHINGTON – Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean is coming under attack from House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and several of her colleages for his remarks on Israel.
Dean said last week at a rally in New Mexico that an "enormous number" of Israeli settlements must be removed to make progress in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
During the debate Tuesday night, Dean defended himself by saying he and former President Clinton held the same view on the issue – that the United States must have the trust of both sides to negotiate between the two countries.
www.signonsandiego.com /news/politics/20030911-0146-dean-israel.html   (578 words)

 My Way - News
The endorsement from Gore, who considered and rejected another White House run nearly a year ago, gives the insurgent Dean the backing of one of the party's most senior establishment figures and greater credibility in the face of charges that he is a product of the left-wing fringe.
It also feeds his momentum, reinforced by recent labor union endorsements and a wave of political polls showing him opening a wide lead in the first primary state of New Hampshire and a smaller lead in the caucus state of Iowa, where he is battling with Missouri Rep. Richard Gephardt.
Some of Dean's rivals were taken by surprise, and most tried to minimize the effect of the endorsement.
news.myway.com /top/article/id/160910|top|12-08-2003::20:09|reuters.html   (571 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : List of White House 'Enemies' and Memo S...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Texas Derek Curtis Bok, dean, Harvard Law School [presently Harvard president] Kingman Brewster, Jr., president, Yale University.
This memorandum addresses the matter of how we can maximize the fact of our incumbency in dealing with persons known to be active in their opposition to our Administration, Stated a bit more bluntly--how we can use the available federal machinery to screw our political enemies.
A memo dated Sept. 14, 1971 from Dean to Haldeman aide Lawrence Higby, submitted to the Committee, included three persons not shown on either list of 20 or the larger master list.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /List_of_White_House_%27Enemies%27_and_Memo_S...   (2166 words)

 JS Online: Dean to Make Campaign 'House Calls'
Dean, a former Vermont governor and physician, outlined his plan to bring health care costs under control by reducing the burden on doctors and the cost of prescription drugs.
Dean planned to discuss his cost containment plan at a Wednesday night commencement address at the Einstein College of Medicine in New York, where he got his medical degree in 1978.
Dean's house calls will begin next week with stops in Texas, South Carolina and New Hampshire, according to his campaign.
www.jsonline.com /election2000/ap/jun03/ap-dean-health-car060403.asp?format=print   (643 words)

 JS Online: Dean Seeks White House As Outsider
Dean argues that he is the outsider Democratic candidate free of any congressional entanglements and willing to take on the president on a variety of issues.
Dean criticized the president's education plan, called the ``no child left behind'' act, by calling it the ``no school board left standing'' act.
Dean also made a pitch for his plan of providing universal health insurance through expanding Medicaid and said it could be paid for with half of the president's tax cut.
www.jsonline.com /election2000/ap/jan03/ap-dean-democrats011403.asp   (757 words)

 Daily Kos: Dean brings down the house
But Tinsley and several other Democrats cautioned that Dean's message carried just one day, and that there are many more to go against a field of experienced, well-financed candidates.
Dean may well be ready to move up into the top tier with Kerry, Lieberman and perhaps Edwards.
Kerry is treading on dangerous ground here, which in a way is indicative of the pressure Dean must be putting on his and the other candidate's campaigns.
www.dailykos.net /archives/001666.html   (471 words)

 Howard Dean Ends His White House Bid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Dean's decision to bow out of the race for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination came one day after his lopsided loss in the Wisconsin primary -- his 17th defeat without a victory in his party's nominating process.
Along the way, Dean helped reshape the 2004 White House race by tapping in early to voters' concerns about the war in Iraq, health care and the soaring federal deficit -- energizing Democrats and sharpening criticism of Bush.
Dean said he will transform his political operation into a new force that will push many of the same issues he hammered on during his campaign.
www.commondreams.org /cgi-bin/print.cgi?file=/headlines04/0218-08.htm   (358 words)

 Dean may abandon White House quest -DAWN - International; 06 February, 2004
DETROIT, Feb 5: Howard Dean may be forced to give up his quest for the White House if he fails to win a primary election to be held in the heartland state of Wisconsin on Feb 17, the former Vermont governor said on Thursday.
But Dean told supporters that he believes his campaign will turn that slump around with a win in liberal Wisconsin.
Mr Dean has said in earlier statements that he would remain a candidate at least until "Super Tuesday" on March 2, when 10 states, including California and New York, vote.
www.dawn.com /2004/02/06/int8.htm   (270 words)

 Why Dean dominates the Democrats - Tom Curry - MSNBC.com
Dean was brandishing what have become the obligatory New Testament references in a post-election environment in which Democrats are trying to show voters that they, too, have moral values and religious beliefs.
Dean will, at least for the next few months, be the spokesman for his party, even though he said Saturday he won’t be propounding policy.
But Dean will be boxed in by one fact: decisions that will affect grass-roots Democrats’ morale, such as whether or not to filibuster President Bush’s judicial nominees, will be made by others, not by him.
msnbc.msn.com /id/6963571   (1053 words)

 The Residential Initiative   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
The Assistant Dean works in consultation and close partnership with the House Professor/Dean (the leader of the House community) and House Council (the student run house-governance structure) in implementing the House Program and in maintaining the welfare of the House community and the well-being of its individual members.
Live in the House (private and furnished apartment) and dine regularly with House residents during the academic year.
Report to the House Professor/Dean as the primary supervisor and coordinate with the to Director of Community Development/Campus Life with regard to coordination with Campus Life programs and operations.
ri.campuslife.cornell.edu /asst_dean_jd.html   (664 words)

 Watergate insider Dean speaks at UT - Top Stories
Dean pointed to alleged human rights abuses and war crimes as evidence.
Dean said the Woodward and Bernstein papers, recently acquired by the University, will eventually reveal the identity of Deep Throat, a shadowy figure whose leaks helped fuel the Washington Post's coverage of Watergate.
Dean also called the Office of the Special Prosecutor, created in the wake of Watergate and abolished soon after Ken Starr's investigation of President Clinton, "an experiment that didn't work," citing potential for gross abuse in light of broad federal statutes.
www.dailytexanonline.com /news/2005/04/07/TopStories/Watergate.Insider.Dean.Speaks.At.Ut-915994.shtml   (401 words)

 Dean's Two-Step
“Dean was baptized Catholic (as was his mother), was raised Episcopalian (his father’s denomination), and became a Congregationalist.
Dean likes to depict his years as Vermont’s Chief Executive as successful and reflective of the state’s independent spirit.
Dean traveled to Laos in February 2002 and talked to a witness who says he saw Charlie’s body dumped into a foxhole.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/Printable.asp?ID=9813   (2131 words)

 Boxer Asks Presidential Scholars about Former White House Counsel's Statement that Bush Admitted to an ...
Dean's comments, as I view him to be an expert on Presidential abuse of power.
Dean, who was President Nixon’s counsel at the time of Watergate, said that President Bush is “the first President to admit to an impeachable offense.” Today, Mr.
Dean is especially poignant because he experienced first hand the executive abuse of power and a presidential scandal arising from the surveillance of American citizens.
www.buzzflash.com /alerts/05/12/ale05173.html   (286 words)

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