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Albert Gore Jr (D) THE BOSTON DEBATE PREVIEW
Al Gore Will Build a Stronger, Fairer More Prosperous America  (10/03/00)
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George W Bush (R) Eager To Debate Positive Vision
Tonight Americans will learn more about Governor Bush's compassionate conservative philosophy and his detailed agenda...  (10/03/00)
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Patrick Buchanan A Third Party; A Real Choice  (10/03/00)

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Question: What about your plan encourages individuals to take responsibility for their actions, their well-being, and the state of their communities? Do you believe the government can or should encourage such things from its citizens? Submitted from Melissa of Milford, Connecticut through Web White & Blue 2000 (10/03/00)

Albert Gore Jr Promoting Responsibility
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George W. Bush A New Era Of Responsibility
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Patrick Buchanan Rugged Individualism: An American Art  >> read more
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