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February 22, 2004

Top 3 Priorities for Kucinich

In the Toledo City Paper, February 19, 2004, Bill Frogameni asked the following question during a Q & A with Dennis Kucinich:

What would the top three priorities of your presidency be?

1. Bringing in U.N. peacekeepers and getting out of Iraq to signal the end of unilateral foreign policy and preemption. [national security] [bring our troops home]

2. Instituting a universal, not-for-profit health care system. [universal health care]

3. Saving our manufacturing base by withdrawing from NAFTA and the World Trade Organizatio, In. We should go back to bilateral trade that’s contingent upon how workers’ rights, human rights and environmental quality principles are handled by our trading partners. [manufacturing] [workers' rights] [environment]

Before I can begin to explore what The Kucinich Priority might mean to me, I'll need to know in what context he places these issues. Since I don't have direct access to the candidate, I'll rely solely on the information provided on his official campaign site - Dennis Kucinich for President Campaign, 2004.

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