Papa, Don't Preach

Goldberg, Danny
January 2001
American Prospect;1/1/2001, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p17
Deals with the failure of U.S. presidential candidate Al Gore to elicit support from young voters in the 2000 elections. Reason behind the failure of young voters to support Gore; Characteristics of his running mate, Joseph Liebermann, which made them unpopular among young voters; Flaws in the camping strategy of Gore and Liebermann which contributed to their unpopularity among young voters.


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