The Vice President and Foreign Policy: From “the most insignificant office” to Gore as Russia Czar. Aaron Mannes Researcher - University of Maryland’s Institute for Advanced Computer Studies Ph.D. student - University of Maryland School of Public Policy www.aaronmannes.com firstname.lastname@example.org.
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