A Bore Not in Wolf's Clothing

December 1999
Institute of Public Affairs Review;Dec99, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p26
Comments on United State Vice President Al Gore's recruitment of feminist author Naomi Wolf as his presidential campaign adviser. Advice of Wolf to Gore; Focus of Wolf's work.


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