Lieberman's Effect on Gore's Chances
NPR's Margot Adler reports on Senator Joseph Lieberman's identity as an Orthodox Jew and how it might affect Al Gore's prospects for winning the Presidency. Lieberman is known for his morality and moderation. He was the first Democrat in the Senate to denounce President Clinton's sexual behavior as immoral. And he's been highly critical of violence and sex on television and in popular music.
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