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Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)

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Much the same will be true, if he decides to enter the contest of Albert Gore.
Albert Gore, Sr., the vice president's late father, grew to regret his vote against the Civil Rights Act of 1964," wrote Casey Lartigue of the Cato Institute in 2000, when the Gore campaign was opposing George W.
USA: Albert Gore III, the 21-year-old son of former US Vice President Al Gore must complete substance abuse counselling as part of a pre-trial diversion programme to settle a marijuana possession charge.
You just think, my goodness, we could be dealing with Albert Gore at this time.
In this article, I use poll data on Albert Gore's term as vice president to assess the ability of a vice president, who is closely tied with a successful administration, to traverse these conflicting paths to the presidency.
While it was George Bush who had the public reputation for malapropisms, the whole situation was best summed up by an unwittingly prescient Albert Gore. Speaking on May 22nd, 1998, then-Vice President Gore said, `I believe we are on an irreversible trend toward more freedom and democracy -- but that could change.'
In many ways, Hard Green is a response to Albert Gore's Earth in the Balance.
Albert Gore, Jr., et al., however, they created a new right to uniform treatment in ballot counting.
or Democrat VP Albert Gore. Arguing that such a move would reinforce global stability, Putin also steps up pressure on Washington not to forge ahead with a nuclear missile defence system without Moscow's consent).
The son of Senator Albert Gore, an up-from-poverty child of the Depression, Gore had been a virtual grown-up since he was a child, raised to perform in the company of important adults.
Bush and Albert Gore (posted under "On Politics," "Post Features," on the Washington Post website).
(Tipper had somehow failed to mention that difficulty during her interview.) As James Adams put it in an October 13, 1996, London Times story, "Reporters all knew[ldots]that Albert Gore III, the 13-year-old son of the vice-president, had been suspended from school earlier this year for smoking marijuana.