Follow-Up: Wolf Role Elicits Howls From Pro-Gore Women

Wolf Role Elicits Howls From Pro-Gore Women

So whose idea was it to keep controversial feminist author NAOMI WOLF'S role as adviser to AL GORE'S struggling presidential campaign under wraps? Hers, according to the account she offered in the New York Times. But that was news to some Gore campaign officials, who said Wolf had been agitating for a more public profile. She finally blew her own cover with her ostentatious presence at Gore's New Hampshire forum with BILL BRADLEY two weeks ago, where she ignored suggestions to stay away from reporters, say Gore advisers.

Wooing the women's vote was a big reason that Wolf was hired. But...

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