Al Gore and His Campaign

Host Bob Edwards talks to Democratic Presidential candidate Al Gore about his campaign for the White House. Gore says most people's interest in the Presidential campaign won't really intensify until after Labor Day. And, he says, people know him as Vice President but not as a person. He explains the fundamental differences between his positions on some of the major issues and those of Republican candidate George W. Bush.



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