No Vice

Beinart, Peter
December 2002
New Republic;12/23/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 26, p8
Asserts that Senator Joseph Lieberman should run against former Vice President Al Gore for the 2004 Democratic presidential nomination in the U.S. Criticisms against the plans of Gore for his political career; Argument made by Lieberman in favor of war with Iraq; Speculation on the repercussions for Lieberman's career should he run against Gore after pledging not to.


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