Dick: The Man Who is President
John Nichols talked about his book Dick: The Man Who is President, published by New Press. The book presented a critical look at Vice President Dick Cheney who the author claims was running the country from his position as the country’s number two man. He also said that Vice President Cheney’s desire for power was the reason behind his ideological shift from moderate to conservative in the 1980s and claimed that Cheney runs America’s energy policy and global politics. Following his remarks he answered questions from the audience. close
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