Albert Gore Jr.

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


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* Eight in 10 Americans call themselves environmentalists, and the leading environmentalist in Congress, Albert Gore Jr., is now vice president.
Albert Gore Jr. (D-Tenn.) disagreed, charging instead that many administration policies are "simply in opposition to the recommendations in this report." He warned Bromley that "history will judge the Bush administration harshly if its current inactivity on global warming continues."
Foreword by Senator Albert Gore Jr. The Book Publishing Company.
In the process Woolsey became an ally of other third-way devotees, most notably Aspin and then-Representative Albert Gore Jr., who made a name for himself in the mid-1980s as a Midgetman champion.
Albert Gore Jr. (D-Tenn.) about the likelihood of Congress approving such a tax, scientists, policymakers and journalists erupted in cynical laughter.
The windows were rolled up but Albert Gore Jr. didn't care.
"As a former journalist, I do not go along with that," said Senator Albert Gore Jr. (D.-Tenn.), who worked as a Nashville Tennessean reporter for several years before entering politics.
Albert Gore Jr. (D-Tenn.) alleged that the Bush administration used its influence to weaken the report of the panel committee examining policy options.
Jackson may have been mistaken in not meeting publicly with Jewish leaders in the city, but besides Mayor Ed Koch there were many in both the Albert Gore Jr. and Dukakis camps who were all too happy to inflame white fears for their own purposes.