"Al Gore: A User's Manual"
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Whatever "Al Gore: A User's Manual" may claim to be, it is propaganda in the guise of sinister history. Authors Cockburn and St. Clair are wholly committed to a portrayal of Gore that is unabashedly pejorative. There are no insights offered in this book, neither are there critical considerations of the contexts within which Vice-President Al Gore has worked, nor complex understandings behind decisions Gore has made, nor changes Gore might personally have undertaken. It is low-brow literature, jingoistic, and, mostly, quite juvenile in its approach to political analysis.
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