Gore's world

Turque, Bill; Fineman, Howard
December 1996
Newsweek;12/23/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 26, p22
Analyzes the role played by United States Vice President Al Gore. His role as the First Adviser for President Bill Clinton; How Clinton and Gore have worked together to solidify their relationship; The influence Gore has on the members of Clinton's administration; The goals shared by Clinton and Gore; The risks of Gore's high profile; The possibility of Gore running for president in 2000.


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