Dennis Kucinich

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*[http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=view&dbid=50003&iid=NEWS-OH-NE_JO.1971_12_25_0014&r=an&rc=2334,4904,2543,4946;2371,5271,2565,5313;2371,5513,2546,5555;2415,6471,2586,6513&fn=&ln=Record+Kucinich+from+1900-1971&st=d&ssrc=&pid=509502478 ''Lima News'' (Lima,Ohio)] [[Dec 25]], 1971 "Maverick Cleveland Democrat Say He'll Run for Congress" : "Dennis J Kucinich, a young maverick Democrat city councilman who bolted from his party's tight rein over Cuyahoga County to support Republican Ralph Perk in his successful mayoral campaign, Friday announced he was a candidate for Congress from Ohio's 23rd district."
 
*[http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ww3/082103_kucinich.html "Lights Out on Deregulation], by Dennis Kucinich in which he makes some biographical points.<blockquote>Where I come from it matters how much people pay for electricity. I grew up in the inner city of Cleveland. The oldest of 7 children. My parents never owned a home, they lived in 21 different places by the time I was 17, including a couple of cars. I remember when there were 5 children and my parents living in a 3 room upstairs apartment on Cleveland's east side. My parents would sometimes sit in the kitchen at one of those old white enamel top tables, which, when the surface was chipped, was black underneath. When they counted their pennies, I could hear them clicking on the enamel top table. Click, Click, Click. </blockquote>
 
*[http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ww3/082103_kucinich.html "Lights Out on Deregulation], by Dennis Kucinich in which he makes some biographical points.<blockquote>Where I come from it matters how much people pay for electricity. I grew up in the inner city of Cleveland. The oldest of 7 children. My parents never owned a home, they lived in 21 different places by the time I was 17, including a couple of cars. I remember when there were 5 children and my parents living in a 3 room upstairs apartment on Cleveland's east side. My parents would sometimes sit in the kitchen at one of those old white enamel top tables, which, when the surface was chipped, was black underneath. When they counted their pennies, I could hear them clicking on the enamel top table. Click, Click, Click. </blockquote>
  

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