Energy Crisis

Cottle, Michelle
November 2000
New Republic;11/06/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 19, p22
Focuses on troubles experienced during the U.S. presidential campaign of Vice President Al Gore. Exhaustion experienced by Gore and his press corp; Thought that Gore does not display emotion in public; Outlook for the final stretch prior to the election.


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