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  • Collection: Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. criticizing Gore's efforts to end the conflict in Vietnam, undated. The letter is informal and handwritten on a sheet of unlined notepaper with a torn bottom edge. The letter addresses Gore…

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. criticizing Gore's efforts to end the conflict in Vietnam. The letter references communism, other world leaders, and makes a particular reference to Neville Chamberlain in a handwritten…

Correspondence to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. from Miss Mary Hall at Middle Tennessee State College calling for an end to the conflict in Vietnam. Handwritten on MTSC letterhead and was written the year before the college attained university status.…

Correspondence to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. from the head of the Department of Business Education at Middle Tennessee State University calling for Gore to support increased efforts to win the conflict in Vietnam.

Correspondence to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. from behavioral science faculty of Middle Tennessee State University supporting Gore's stance in opposition to continued U.S. involvement in the Vietnam conflict. The letter is on MTSU letterhead and gives…

Edwin "Wink" Midgett, head of the Department of Business Education at Middle Tennessee State University calling for Gore to support increased efforts to win the conflict in Vietnam, dated February 8, 1966. The letter is on MTSU letterhead.

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore opposing a portion of the Social Security Amendments of 1965 that required food servers to report tips, therefore making them subject to taxation. This section of the bill (HR 6675) was part of…

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore a portion of the Social Security Amendments of 1965 that required food servers to report tips, therefore making them subject to taxation. This section of the bill (HR 6675) was part of the plan…

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. stating opposition to Medicare legislation, dated May 13, 1965. Medicare was passed as one of the Social Security Amendments of 1965

Correspondence from constituent to Senator Albert Gore, Sr. stating opposition to Medicare legislation, dated April 14, 1965. Medicare was passed as one of the Social Security Amendments of 1965
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