The Old New Thing

Cohn, Jonathan
April 2000
New Republic;04/17/2000-04/24/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 16/17, p38
Presents information about the Democratic Party and the Democratic Leadership Council (DLC) with reference to the paper "The Politics of Evasion," by U.S. Vice President Al Gore's policy advisor Elaine Kamarck. Depiction of Gore as antithetical to the DLC; Gore's plan to focus on labor unions, feminists, African Americans and other minority groups in his campaign; Contrast in views of DLC with that of Gore.


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