Gore: Playing second fiddle

Clift, Eleanor
January 1993
Newsweek;1/25/1993, Vol. 121 Issue 4, p35
States that Vice President-elect Al Gore has a tough act to follow--his own. His work on the campaign trail; Gore's problem of bumping up against the shrinking reality of being vice president; The environment is the most likely source of friction at the White House; High-tech projects; Importance of Gore's mind-set accepting the fact that he is not at center stage; Details.


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