Looks at the life and political career of the former vice president, detailing the factors that have shaped his life, his beliefs, and his goals.Barth Royer, one of his Mower suitemates and a starting forward on the team, thought Gore asuffered from white mana#39;s disease; he was a little slow and didna#39;t ... But he was nothing if not tenaciousaaa competitive instinct that, during those few minutes when he was on the court, invariably landed him in foul trouble. ... aHe was not exactly the bad boy, but not the staid professor, a explained Dave Forman.
|Title||:||The Prince of Tennessee|
|Author||:||David Maraniss, Ellen Nakashima|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2000|