Lancaster, Pat
December 2000
Middle East;Dec2000, Issue 307, p18
Discusses the United States' failure to elect a president. Assessment of presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush; President Bill Clinton's disappointment with his failure to orchestrate the Middle East peace process; Irony in the U.S. penchant for sending election observers to other countries.


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