June 19, 2012

New York Times corrects claims about Naomi Wolf’s work on Al Gore’s presidential campaign:

An earlier version of this article erroneously included Naomi Wolf as an example of an adviser who tried to help Al Gore with his sometimes stilted campaign style in his 2000 run for the presidency. She was a consultant to Mr. Gore on women’s issues and outreach to young voters; she was not his image consultant and did not give him sartorial advice, such as wearing earth tones.

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