Gore, Bush Come Out Swinging on Education

Robelen, Erik W.
March 2000
Education Week;03/29/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 29, p30
Reports on the television advertisements of the presidential general-action campaign of Texas Governor George W. Bush and United States Vice President Al Gore which highlighted education. What was indicated at the ad of Bush; Response of Gore towards the ad of Bush; Information on a bipartisan poll about the status of Bush's and Gore's campaign.


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