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 (mŏn′dāl′), Walter Frederick Born 1928.
Vice president of the United States (1977-1981) under Jimmy Carter. He earlier served as a US senator from Minnesota (1964-1976) and was the unsuccessful 1984 Democratic nominee for president.
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Mondale

(ˈmɒnˌdeɪl)
n
(Biography) Walter (Frederick). born 1928, US Democratic politician; vice president of the US (1977–81)
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Mon•dale

(ˈmɒnˌdeɪl)

n.
Walter Frederick ( “Fritz” ), born 1928, U.S. vice president 1977–81.
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Former Vice President Walter Mondale, agreed, saying, "I've often said after a week of that, they would've signed anything to go home." Mondale said it was worth criticism heaped on the administration for taking so much time to focus on one issue.