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Albert Gore Jr (D) PEOPLE FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY ASSIST AL GORE IN DEBATE PREPARATION
Al Gore asked 13 people he met during his campaign for president to help him prepare for the first presidential debate.   (10/02/00)
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George W Bush (R) WHAT POWERS THE INTERNET
On Energy And The New Economy, Bush Gets It  (10/02/00)
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Question: Who knows more about the education needs and standards accountability for students and teachers: parents or the federal government? Submitted from Ben of New Ulm, Minnesota through Web White & Blue 2000 (10/02/00)

Albert Gore Jr Education: Students, Teachers, Parents Know Best
No one knows more about the important education needs facing our nation than students, teachers and parents.  >> read more
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George W. Bush Local Control, High Standards
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