• Gore's Ideas About Social Security
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    I have selected to write about the 2000 election and who the two major candidates are and what their plans and ideas are for the presidential seat. This topic has interested me since the beginning of the New Year. With two terms ending for President Bill Clinton, the new election has had a lot at stake. At one end of the ring there is Vice President, Democrat, Al Gore in the hunt for the presidential seat. The other end is Republican, Governor of Texas, George W. Bush following in his father's f...
  • Gore And Bush
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    The 2000 United States presidential election included two major candidates Al Gore and George Bush. Another man by the name of Ralph Nader also played a major role in the outcome. Nader is a democratic member and he took away many votes from his fellow democrat, Al Gore, which could have really helped Gore win the election. As we stand now, George W. Bush will soon become our 43rd president. On November 7, 2000 many voters were excited and ready to vote. As votes were being cast, the public was ...
  • Gore And Bush
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    For much of the 2000 campaign for the Presidency, Vice President Al Gore has been seen the candidate who will win this years Presidential Election. The polls show Gore as leading, political analysts have been saying Gore all the way, and most of the general public seem to be in agreement that Gore will succeed President Bill Clinton. But recently, the past two Presidential debates have seemed to abolish the idea that Vice President Al Gore will easily be elected President over Texas Governor Geo...
  • Al Gore
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    Former Vice President Gore was born on March 31, 1948, and is the son of the late U.S. Senator Albert Gore, Sr. and Pauline Gore. He was raised in Carthage, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C. Gore received a degree in government with honors from Harvard University in 1969. After graduation, he volunteered for enlistment in the U.S. Army and served in Vietnam. Returning to civilian life, Vice President Gore became an investigative reporter with The Tennessean in Nashville. He went to Vanderbilt Univ...
  • Support Al Gore
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    Campaign 2000 Report Albert (AL) Gore Jr. The life of Al Gore on his way to the presidential candidate was a long and fulfilling path leading from his beginnings as a young man working on his families farm in Tennessee to his strong leadership as a congressman and Vice Presidency to Bill Clinton. The man that many people now respect as a true leader grew up like most ordinary citizens of America, growing up on his parent's farm in Tennessee he learned the importance of caring for the environment...
  • Bush Should Al Gore
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    Gore or Bush Should Al Gore or George Bush be the president of the United States. Bush is the man that should and will fill the position. Out of all the candidates Bush stands out as the strongest stingiest leader. George Bush is the best man for the job. Bush also rightfully won the White House. In reference to the recounts, they should not even be considered. The only way Gore could win the job was with a court ruling. Even if Al Gore were to take office, it would go against the law of the lan...
  • Major Issue Gore And Bush
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    Each of the candidates for President and Vice-President has specific experience and numerous accomplishments that aid in decision-making for voters. Al Gore graduated with honors from Harvard University in 1969. Later in that year, he voluntarily enlisted in the United States Army to go to Vietnam as a military journalist. In May of 1971, he returned from Vietnam. After that, he attended the Vanderbilt Univ. Grad School of Religion from 1971 until 1972. Later, he attended Vanderbilt University L...
  • Vice President Al Gore And Gov Bush
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    The Third Debate The third Presidential Debate was between Vice President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush. The debate was in the format of a Town Hall debate. Both Vice President Al Gore and Gov. Bush performed well. An audience member asked the candidates a question and given two minutes to answer the question set forth. After the two minutes the other candidate was given the opportunity to rebuttal. In some instances the candidate that was asked the question was given the chance to refute the ...
  • Our Country's Budget And Bush Believes Gore
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    Debate of Gore / Bush: Tuesday October 17, 2000 Topics Discussed: Education: Gore: Gore believes that teachers should be able to have one on one sessions with their students and in order to do so he believes that classrooms should be smaller and more teachers should be hired. In order to hire more teachers he believes that teachers who teach a subject which was their own major should receive a bonus. He feels that education is important because the students of today build the economy of tomorrow...
  • Local Control Both Gore And Bush
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    Gore vs. Bush Foreign Policy CHINA Bush would like to redefine the relationship between China and the United States to become one of competitors, not partners. Both Bush and Gore feel that the free market will most likely produce more individual freedom in China and he also supports increased trade with them. They also agree on defending Taiwan against aggression from the mainland, supporting the One-China Policy that has defined our relationship with them for a number of years. Gore believes th...
  • Al Gore And George W Bush
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    As expected, Governor George W. Bush of Texas has won the Republican Party nomination for the presidential election in November. All along, Bush was the predicted winner for the GOP, but Senator John McCain of Arizona gave the Governor a run for his money. Although Bush was able to defeat him, John McCain was, and still is, the best candidate for the presidency. It was said that the New Hampshire primary is often a good indicator of who will succeed and who will fail in the race for the presiden...
  • First Of Al Gore's Many Changes
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    When examining the candidates for the 2000 Presidential election, it becomes very clear that the only logical choice for President is Al Gore. Gore has many plans for his presidency that will greatly improve the way our country works and runs. First of all, Gore wishes to reform the way in which elections are run, and attempt to sever the omnipresent link between money and political influence, thus providing more fair elections. Another plan of Gore's is to set aside 400 billion dollars especial...
  • George W Bush And Al Gore
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    Presidential Debate Essay Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush are running for the Presidency. The two candidates are in Presidential Debate to allow the voters to get an understanding of where they each stand on certain positions and policies. Bush and Gore have some similarities and differences on certain positions and policies discussed in the Presidential Debates. Education is an issue discussed in the Presidential Debate. Bush and Gore both agree that there is nothing more precious than educ...
  • Old People Votes Gore
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    1. How elect a US President The rules of US Constitution specifies that a president must be elected every four years. Candidates must be at least 35 years old and a US citizen born in the USA. American politicians say the way they elect their president is one of the most open and democratic processes in the world. But to outsiders it can also be one of the most baffling. The election race in some countries takes just a few weeks, but US presidential candidates undergo a political marathon, negot...
  • Mr Hopkins And Mr Austin Gore
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    Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglas Frederick Douglas, a slave born in Tuckahoe Maryland, was half white and half black. His mother was a black woman and his father a white man. Though he never knew his father, there was word that it was his master. Douglas wrote this narrative and I felt that it was very compelling. It really showed me the trials and tribulations that a black man went through during times of slavery. In his early years, Douglas lived on a farm where he watched many slave...
  • 135 Votes And Vice President Gore
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    The Bush vs. Gore campaign was at its climax in late October of 2000. The people of the nation were casting their votes, and the two leading candidates were neck to neck. The tension was sky high on election day November 7, 2000. Behold, we were to have a new president; some thought. Election experts have called for 'evolution' instead of a 'revolution' in changing the way the country goes about its elections. Never in history has such controversy risen as in the election 2000; Bush vs. Gore. El...
  • Social Security And Al Gore
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    As this election 2000 is coming, each candidate is working very hard. They are doing debates, electoral campaigns all over the country in order to get more popular votes and therefore get the electoral votes they need to be the next president of the United States. In all of the inquiries that the media did in most of the states, Al Gore seems to be the favorite one, because he knows what he is doing, he has enough experience to rule our country, and he also has very interesting positions in the ...
  • One White House Official Close To Gore
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    . ASHINGTON -- The storm over his campaign finance practices has thrust Al Gore into what his advisers concede is by far the most perilous moment of his political career, leaving his aides scrambling to contain the damage. The growing nervousness results from the announcement last week that Janet Reno, the attorney general, is reviewing whether the vice president's fund-raising activities may have been improper for such a high-ranking official. The inquiry could lead to the appointment of a spec...
  • Gore As A Democratic President
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    Albert Gore is the 45th vice president of the United States. He was educated at Harvard University and Vanderbilt University Law school. In 1977, Gore was elected to the office of US representative from Tennessee. After seven years he became the state's US senator. He lost the election in 1988 when running for presidency. Apparently he won several primaries but his campaign appeared to be unfocused and unorganized. In 1993 he was nominated as Bill Clinton's running mate for that presidential ele...
  • Al Gore And George Bush
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    "Election 2000 "to-close-to-call.".. How" Democratic candidate Al Gore and Republican candidate George W. Bush have been in a "to-close-to-call" race for the presidency since the campaigning began. With the distinct differences of the candidates how could this be Al Gore's position on the major issues, political experience, knowledge and America's economic growth and prosperous state in the last eight years should have the given Gore the winning votes. However, in Gore's campaign he focused larg...
  • Al Gore Plans
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    The Opportunity of a Lifetime The upcoming election will not only pass the reins on to another president, but shape history for the next four years. The person selected will be the first, elected president of the new millennium, after his Inauguration Day on January 20. The major issues of this years candidates are welfare reform, Social Security, education, and abortion; thus, suggesting a predicament. Who should be the next individual to run the United States of America? Is the best man Al Gor...
  • Writing A Thirsty Evil Gore Vidal
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    The Reflections of Gore Vidal There are many people in today's society that would love to have their views published for the whole world to view, but few can match the wit and originality of Gore Vidal. Vidal is the author of many short stories, novels, playwrights, and movie scripts. Gore Vidal has been and continues to be an influential figure in American literature. One of Vidal's most effective strategies as a writer has been to make the public aware of his opinions through his very popular ...
  • Al Gore And Governor George W Bush
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    Issue paper In the two thousand presidential elections there are two main candidates. The candidates are Al Gore and Governor George W Bush. Al Gore is the candidate running for the Democratic Party and Bush is running for the Republic party. Each candidate has great points on certain issues. The president whom won my vote though, was Governor Bush. Bush won my vote for many reasons. Some of his feelings for certain issues met in agreement with mine. His main mentor is his father. He is governor...
  • My Paper On Vice President Al Gore
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    Al Gore: Presidential Candidate The candidate I chose to do my paper on was Al Gore. Al Gore is the current Vice President of the United States. He is for the Democratic party and is now running for President for this 2000 election. I chose to do my paper on Vice President Al Gore because I believe that he will be the next president to be in office. With his support on certain issues and policies and also his experience, I know that Al Gore will be able to handle the presidency. I will discuss A...
  • Presidential Nominee Al Gore
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    Candidate Profiles I. Al Gore A. US Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee Al Gore, was born on March 31, 1948 in Washington D.C... His father Albert Gore Sr., a congressman from Tennessee, served in the House of Representatives and his mother Pauline La Fon was one of the first women to graduate from Vanderbilt Law School. Gore, a Baptist, attended Harvard where he received a degree with high honors in government. Even though he was strongly opposed to the war in 1970 Al joined the ...
  • Mr Bush And Mr Gore
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    On October 11, 2000, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush, Jr., participated in the second presidential debate for Decision 2000. These two men went head to head on public issues. The candidates answered questions for the sole purpose of showing the people of the United States who was the stronger leader. After reviewing the debates one can easily state Mr. Gore won by strongly and directly answering questions posed, of an avoidance of red herrings...
  • Gore To A Friday The 13th Movie
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    Do the Friday the 13th movies have more to offer then just gore? If you have ever been to a Friday the 13th movie and thought that it was nothing more than ninety minutes of tasteless gore, you are not alone. However, the movies do have more to offer. In this horror series, there are many hidden messages. Although not everyone chooses to analyze them, they do play a role in the feeling people get when leaving the theatre or taking the video back to the rental store. The hidden messages in the fi...
  • Gore And Bush
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    Social Studies Political Spectrum Project By Cameron N azeri Introduction I have gathered four articles from the New York Times newspaper, which is a Liberal newspaper, and broken them down into a summary and a short understanding of what makes the article Liberal. The four articles include a political cartoon, an editorial peace, a national article, and an additional article. Gun Battle Halts Mideast Cease-fire International / additional article. During the daylight hours of October 2, the ceas...
  • Tie Between Bush And Gore
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    The 2000 Presidential Election was one of the most suspenseful and unclear presidential elections for more than a century. For weeks after November 7, it had been uncertain to America who had won the presidency. The election's closeness and bitter words between parties over the results will leave controversy for years to come. When the elections began, the Republicans and Democrats chose their candidates. Caucuses were held in each state to choose delegates. It had begun like any other election,...
  • Bush's Big Lead Over Gore
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    Americans are showing signs of disaffection with a presidential campaign that is just beginning. The public thinks the press and large campaign contributors are having too much influence on who gets nominated, and a 60% majority thinks voters themselves have too little say. The latest Federal Election Commission, conducted on the heels of protracted controversy about coverage of alleged cocaine use by George W. Bush, found public reservations about news coverage of most "character issues" rangin...
  • Al Gore Vs George Bush
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    Each presidential election overview has always been similar to a three-ring circus, but in the 2000 Election with Al Gore and George W. Bush, was by far one of the biggest circuses ever. Democrats had reason to worry about the election. Republicans held the White House for three consecutive terms from 1980 to 1992, voters often grow tired of one party after two terms. They were hoping to win control, yet there was a lot at stake with the election at the time. And even though it came to be a quit...
  • Gore's Plan
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    Campaigning for the Presidential Election of 2000 The 2000 Presidential campaigns were a very close call according to the poles made by CNN with Gore in the lead at 43 percent and Bush with 42 percent. The main Presidential candidates were Vice President Al Gore representing the Democrats and the Governor of Texas, George W. Bush, representing the Republicans. The candidates disagreed on some issues that included abortion, healthcare, and education. However, they did agree on some things but had...
  • Al Gore
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    8 A. The article that I chose was Al Gore's MTV Appearance Hip-Hops form Music to Racial Profiling Concerns by Rick Pearson. The reason why Al Gore was on MTV was because he felt that this would help his campaign for the 2000 presidential election. Recent surveys have discovered that the age groups of the viewers watching MTV are between the ages of 18-24 and that they have a strong opinion on many issues being debated in this year's election. Al Gore touched on many issues including, the Aborti...
  • Al Gore And Bill Bradley
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    In my paper the Democratic Candidates are Al Gore and Bill Bradley. They both have a lot of the same views on issues that have come out in the campaigning. For theRebublicans it is George W. Bush and John McCain. Both of these guys have different views on their issues. The debates between these two men have really been heating up and it will be interesting to see the outcome of this election. But also on the other side of this the Democratic battle has also been a though one but I think Bradley ...
  • Specific Products And Gore
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    Introduction to Engineering Management. L. Gore - Case Questions 1. What is it about the Gore organizational culture that keeps it a leader in innovation and creativity? Since they are hiring the person and not to fill a specific job position, it keeps the people flexible and innovative. 2. What problems would a newly hired person have working for Gore? A newly added employee is not given specific direction of where to go and what to do. Instead the Gore Company promotes creative thinking and th...
  • Discussion Of Al Gore
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    Is the Media Bias Many people including myself believe that it is. On the other hand, there are people who believe that media is not biased and just states facts. These people (i.e. my dad), who believe that media is not biased also believe that everything on TV is true, in my experience. We see bias in media (print or broadcast) many times. It might be the subtlest of things that is unnoticeable to more blatant attempts. The fact is bias is everywhere and it is very difficult to separate the tw...
  • Al Gore With The Major Issues
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    Question: If you could have voted in the recent presidential election, how would you have voted and why This years Presidential Election has been a real exciting one, well only if you " re really involved with politics, but even if you " re not, still in your head it must have passed through once or twice wondering who will win Bush or Gore. If I had a chance to vote I would have voted for Al Gore. I am planning on showing you some reasons why I would have voted for him. 3 major issues that I'm ...
  • Dr Gore 4 Million In Punitive Damages
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    The topic that I wanted to learn more about in this section is punitive damages. I have seen in the news recently about cases where the plaintiff has been awarded millions of dollars. I wanted to know how the plaintiff would be eligible for the right of punitive damages and some of the history behind the ruling. I also wanted to learn about the some of the largest settlements in history as well. Six percent of winning plaintiffs in civil jury trials walk away with punitive damage awards, accordi...
  • Students And Teachers Al Gore On Education
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    With the importance of education being emphasized in our technologically advancing society, the next president of the United States faces an education system in need of drastic reform to continue to compete in the world market. Education standards between wealthy and poor areas of the country continue to remain drastically unequal in their scope, and it is vividly apparent that education standards must be reformed to ensure all students are offered the same opportunities for academic and economi...
  • Health Issues Gore
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    2000 Presidential Campaigns The 2000 Presidential campaigns are going to be a very close according to the recent poles made by CNN with Gore in the lead with 43 percent and Bush with 42 percent. The main Presidential candidates are Vice President Al Gore representing the democrats and Governor of Texas, George W. Bush representing the Republicans. The candidates disagree on some issues including abortion, healthcare and education. However they do agree on some things but they have different meth...