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Albert Gore Jr (D) PROSPERITY FOR ALL: VOTERS FACE BIG CHOICES ON THE ECONOMY
Debt Reduction, Middle-Class Tax Cuts, Responsible Investments or a Massive Tax Cut for the Rich that Busts the Budget  (10/19/00)
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George W Bush (R) GOVERNOR BUSH LAYS OUT AGENDA FOR AMERICA’S 'RISING GENERATION'
America’s Rising Generation will get help paying for college   (10/19/00)
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Patrick Buchanan Ending Political Cowardice  (10/19/00)

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Question: It seems every year we hear about American grain surpluses and the intentional destruction of good grain. With so many developing nations facing food crises and many people starving, couldn't that surplus be shipped where it is needed? Submitted from Lynn of St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin through PBS Online (10/19/00)

Albert Gore Jr Fighting World Hunger
Yes it could, Lynne. In fact, we have already shipped excess food supplies to countries in need.
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George W. Bush Governor Bush: Help Farmers Help Impoverished Nations
Yes, Lynn, I agree. I support P.L. 480 and similar programs...
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Patrick Buchanan Solution to Grain Surplus
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