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Al Gore and Joe Lieberman
Alexander Cockburn and Jeffrey St. Clair.  September 2000.  AL GORE: A User's Manual.  Verso Books.
"'Al Gore distills in his single person the disrepair of liberalism in America today, and almost every unalluring feature of the Democratic Party.'  With these words, two of the great muckrakers of our time begin the first, most unsparing examination of the personal and political record of this man who was raised from birth to be president of the United States...  AL GORE: A USER'S MANUAL is a comprehensive reality-check on the whole of Gore's  compromised career."
 

David Maraniss and Ellen Nakashima.  September 2000. THE PRINCE OF TENNESSEE: The Rise Of Al Gore. New York: Simon & Schuster.
"Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and biographer David Maraniss teams with Washington Post colleague Ellen Nakashima to explore in rich detail the forces that have shaped Al Gore's life and career.  Drawing on hundreds of interviews, including six lengthy conversations with the vice president, as well as boxes of memos, letters and other  documents, the authors explore Gore's past and the clues found therein to what kind of president he would be."
 

Debra Saunders.  June 2000.  THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GORE.  San Francisco: Encounter Books.
"In THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GORE, nationally syndicated columnist Debra Saunders sees Gore'sattempt to create a more exciting self as consistent with his attempts to prove himself as a "cutting edge" diagnostician of our social ills.  "Whether posing as the eco-guru battling 'consumptionism'," she writes, "or the social theorist with a 'Livability Agenda' calling for federally sanctioned communities, attacking the automobile as the scourge of civilization, and proposing universal pre-school, Al Gore is a unique figure on our political scene."
 

Bob Zelnick. September 2000 [revised and expanded edition]. AL GORE: A Political Life. Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc.
 

David N. Bossie and Floyd G. Brown.  June 2000.  PRINCE ALBERT: The Life and Lies of Al Gore.  Bellevue, Washington: Merril Press.
 

Bill Turque.  March 2000. INVENTING AL GORE: A BIOGRAPHY.  New York: Houghton Mifflin.
"In this extensively researched up-to-the minute biography of a man who may be the next President of the United States, a Newsweek scribe and Capital insider plumbs the gulf between Albert Arnold Gore Jr.'s private and public self. ...INVENTING AL GORE offers meticulous, colorful, insightful details that frame the debate as to whether Gore can overcome his limitations to take the Oval Office in 2001."
 

Bob Zelnick. March 1999. AL GORE: A Political Life. Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc.
"In this, the first authoritative biography of Al Gore, based on more than two years of research and extensive interviews, award-winning former ABC News reporter Bob Zelnick reveals the real Al Gore.  The result?  A detailed portrait of a man torn between the old-fashioned virtues of agrarian Tennessee...and the amoral corridors of Washington power...'"
 

Joseph Kaufmann, ed. January 2000.  THE WORLD ACCORDING TO AL GORE.  Los Angeles: Renaissance Books.
"In this compendium of quotes and ideals, the vice president's opinions and statements on a broad spectrum of important topics have been assembled in one comprehensive volume.  It's Al Gore direct and to the point.  Find out what he really thinks about the environment, the Internet, family values, parenting, welfare, and much more."
 

Stephen Singular.  August 2000.  JOE LIEBERMAN: THE HISTORIC CHOICE.  New York: Pinnacle Books.
"JOE LIEBERMAN: THE HISTORIC CHOICE, the first biography of Democratic Senator and Vice Presidential hopeful Joseph I. Lieberman, written by veteran journalist and New York Times bestselling author Stephen Singular is published by Pinnacle Books, an imprint of Kensington Publishing, as an "instant" book, in mass market."
 

Joe Lieberman with Michael D'Orso.  February 2000.  IN PRAISE OF PUBLIC LIFE.  New York: Simon & Schuster.
"...Lieberman makes a passionate, hopeful argument for the value of public life--its place and necessity in our democracy and our need for more americans to embrace it if we are to sustain our self-government.  Lieberman asks fundamental questions about what standards of behavior should be expected of politicians..."
 
 

Reviews
David Maraniss and Ellen Nakashima.  September 2000. THE PRINCE OF TENNESSEE: The Rise Of Al Gore. New York: Simon & Schuster.
Ben Macintyre (U.S. editor of The Times of London) in The New York Times, September 3, 2000
Curtis Wilkie (Globe correspondent) in The Boston Globe, September 3, 2000
Lynn Bronikowski (Free-lance writer) in the Denver Rocky Mountain News, September 3, 2000
John B. Judis (Senior editor of The New Republic) in the Washington Post, August 27, 2000
Steve Neal (Sun-Times political columnist) in the Chicago Sun-Times, August 20, 2000
Craig Gilbert (Journal Sentinel staff) in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, August 20, 2000
Patrick Beach (American-Statesman staff) in the Austin American-Statesman, August 18, 2000
 

Bill Turque.  March 2000. INVENTING AL GORE: A BIOGRAPHY.  New York: Houghton Mifflin.
Gene Warner (News book reviewer) in the Buffalo News, August 20, 2000
Interview with Bill Turque in The Hill, May 3, 2000
Jacob Heilbrunn (columnist for Politicalwag.com) in The Washington Monthly, April 2000
Bob Zelnick in National Review, April 17, 2000
Tony Badger (professor of American history at Cambridge University) in the News and Observer, April 16, 2000
Scott C. Yates (editor and free-lance writer) in the Denver Rocky Mountain News, April 2, 2000
Michael Tomasky (political columnist  for New York magazine) in the  New York Times,  March 26, 2000
David Kipen (Chronicle book editor) in the San Francisco Chronicle, March 23, 2000
Joel Connelly (P-I national correspondent) in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 20, 2000
Michiko Kakutani in the New York Times, March 17, 2000
Matthew Rees (staff writer for the Weekly Standard) in The Weekly Standard, March 13, 2000
 

Bob Zelnick. March 1999. AL GORE: A Political Life. Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc.
James W. Brosnan (Washington correspondent for The Commercial Appeal) for Scripps Howard News Service -- appeared in the Stuart News/Port St. Lucie News (FL), July 11, 1999
Matthew Rees (Staff writer for the Weekly Standard) in the Washington Post, June 20, 1999
Michael Rust (writer for Insight magazine) in The Washington Times, June 2, 1999
Zachary Coile "Author defends  book as even portrait of Gore...," San Francisco Examiner, May 28, 1999
Jonah Goldberg in National Review Online, May 17, 1999
Robert Schlesinger in The Hill, May 12, 1999
John Attarian (free-lance writer) in the Detroit News, April  28, 1999
Richard L. Berke (National political correspondent of the New York Times) in the New York Times, April 25, 1999
Kalpana Srinivasan (AP writer) for The Associated Press, March 4, 1999


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