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2 Writers Comment On Presidential Debate

Steve Inskeep talks to two commentators from either side of the political divide about Tuesday night's presidential debate. Liberal Jonathan Chait is with New York Magazine and conservative Jonah Goldberg is editor at large for National Review Online.
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A Stronger Showing At Hofstra, But Ghost Of Denver Still Haunts Obama

The president's improved performance last night doesn't eradicate the damage from the Oct. 3 debate. Only one chance remains to do so before Election Day, so the pressure that animated the Hofstra debate will be all the greater in Monday's finale in Florida.
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Obama, Romney Will Try To Sway Undecided Voters

President Obama and Mitt Romney will meet Tuesday night for a town hall-style debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. In the latest poll, 18 percent of respondents said they still hadn't made up their mind who they were going to vote for.
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In Speech, Romney Aims To Set Tone For His Middle East Policy

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney delivered a major speech on foreign policy on Monday, where he painted President Obama as a weak leader. All Things Considered host Robert Siegel talks about the speech with Susan Glasser, editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy magazine.
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Campaigns Make The Most Of Remaining Weeks

GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney gives a foreign policy speech Monday. Campaigning in Florida Sunday, he posed the question, "Where's American leadership?" And President Obama in L.A. poked fun at his own debate performance, and talked about falling unemployment numbers.

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