Male Fraud

Chait, Jonathan
October 2000
New Republic;10/30/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 18, p54
Offers various thoughts on the 2000 United States presidential election between Al Gore and George W. Bush. Thoughts on the criticism received by Gore for being too intellectual and liberal for the American public; View that perhaps Americans would rather opt for Bush, whose intellect is constantly being questioned; Thoughts on the televised presidential debates.


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