In a first, Gore forces Bush to play defense

Feldmann, Linda
August 2000
Christian Science Monitor;8/24/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 192, p1
Discusses the momentum in the campaign of United States presidential candidate Al Gore and its effects on rival candidate George W. Bush. Idea that the closeness of the polls has drawn Bush into debating policy details with Gore; Impact of the 2000 Democratic National Convention on the presidential race; Outlook for the campaigns of the two candidates leading up to the November 2000 elections.


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