Doubts About Commander Gore

Barnes, James A.
June 1999
National Journal;6/12/99, Vol. 31 Issue 24, p1612
Reports on the potential weakness of United States (US) Vice President Al Gore in running for presidency in year 2000. What could be a liability in his campaign to succeed US President Bill Clinton; Assessment of his contender, George W. Bush; Factors for the low popularity of Gore.


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