Bill Bradley Presidential Campaign

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Bill Bradley Presidential Campaign, 2000
... Bradley ran in the 2000 presidential primaries, opposing incumbent Vice President Al Gore for his party's nomination ... Bradley campaigned as the liberal alternative to Gore, taking positions to the left of Gore on a number of issues, including universal health care, gun control, and ... On the issue of taxes, Bradley trumpeted his sponsorship of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, which had significantly cut tax rates while abolishing dozens of ...

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