Whether he’s painted as the occupant of moral high ground (if not the White House), the victim of conservative ideologues on the U.S. Supreme Court or someone who just barely slipped over the line between success and abject failure, Al Gore is a loaded figure for the left.

So it was with eager anticipation that a group of San Francisco attorneys and law students on June 17 waited for him to arrive at Golden Gate University.

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