Is Al Gore `gun-shy'?

June 1998
Newsweek;6/8/1998, Vol. 131 Issue 23, p7
Questions United States Vice President Al Gore's absence from Democratic fund-raising events. Possibility that he is uncomfortable with fund-raising because of the united States spotlight on Democratic fund-raising abuses; Other possibilities; Gore's reaction to the criticism.


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