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Albert Gore Jr (D) AL GORE LOOKS FORWARD TO DISCUSSING EDUCATION IN SECOND DEBATE
Gore Has a Comprehensive Education Plan for Life  (10/11/00)
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George W Bush (R) WHAT WILL HAPPEN AT TONIGHT'S DEBATE?
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Patrick Buchanan A New Party For The New Millennium  (10/11/00)

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Question: Why should we believe drug prohibition will eliminate drug use, since alcohol prohibition just led to increased crime? Have you ever used illegal drugs, and if so, how do you reconcile that with whatever punishments for drug use you now endorse? Submitted from Gene of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania through MSNBC.com (10/11/00)

Albert Gore Jr Winning The War On Drugs
Although we must maintain strong laws and enforcement, there are things we can do to eliminate drug use...
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George W. Bush We Must Combat Illegal Drug Use
I believe that the President has a responsibility to confront the problem of illegal drug abuse...
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Patrick Buchanan Illegal Drugs Not Equivalent To Alcohol
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