Albert Arnold Gore, U.S Environmental Activist

by Rubab Shaykh | September 15, 2014 12:57 pm

Albert Arnold Gore Junior was born on 31 March in 1948 in Washington D.C. Al Gor was former Vice President of US and most influential person of politics. His father Albert Gore Senior was also in served in politics; he was the democratic in US House from Tennessee. Albert Gore senior was also served in U.S. Senate from 1953 to 71 and was considered as possible vice presidential nominee; while his mother Pauline was one of the first women consider who was graduated from Vanderbilt Law School. Early Childhood life Gor was lived in divided part from hotel room of nation capitol during the school year and his family house, from where they were belonged Tennessee. Gor takes his High education from Harvard University, Hollywood famous director Tomy lee Jones was attended with Harvard with him. in 1969, Gor was completed the degree with high government honors . His university thesis The Impact of Television on the Conduct of the Presidency was highly appreciated and reviewed.

Military and Thoughts:

Albert Arnold Gore was highly opposed against Vietnam War but his civic duty came against his will and he was enlisting the U.S army in August 1969. He was assigned as a military journalist and writes columns for The Army Flier. 1970 when Gor father was defeated for re-election to U.S. Senate in November due to his bold and liberal position on many issues like Vietnam War and civil rights then after seven moths was left for his enlistment; he was shipped to Vietnam, arriving in January 1971.

Work and Participation:

Returning after states in 1971, Gore was started working as reporter at the Tennessean. In his city politics, he was uncovered political and criminal cases which were led to conviction. Gor was studied philosophy and phenomenology at Vanderbilt University in 1974. He was officially enrolled student of Venderbilt’s in law studies, but after two year he was quite the law and ran for the U.S. house from Tennessee. He was elected four times and became the first person to appear on C-SPAN. In 1984 he was successful elected for the seat in the U.S. Senate, which was vacated by Republican Majority Leader.

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