Selected segments, with brief description, notes and descriptive classification: 9 Southern Oral History Program historians carefully analyze each transcript and select particularly salient segments, adding notes and description. Point your mouse at one of the segment times below for a brief description of that segment. Click to go to that point in the transcript. Note: Not all selected segments have these features. [ 00:01:46 - 00:06:48 ] Gore's childhood [ 00:06:49 - 00:10:49 ] Gore's identity as a southerner [ 00:26:50 - 00:33:45 ] Effect of the Great Depression on farm life and children [ 00:44:12 - 00:50:50 ] Gore's first campaign and lessons learned [ 00:59:00 - 01:07:18 ] Reflections on Roosevelt and the New Deal [ 01:12:02 - 01:19:58 ] Effects of a one-party system [ 01:28:26 - 01:35:27 ] Gore's arrival in Washington, D.C., and alliances with Sam Rayburn [ 01:40:36 - 01:47:13 ] Gore develops specific economic and social concerns [ 01:52:40 - 02:00:12 ] Gore befriends politically powerful men in Washington, D.C.