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If Teachers Moderated Presidential Debates
Professor of education at Mills College, chair of the MacArthu...
I'd like a moderator with a backbone: someone who didn't just let two candidates share canned remarks that were often only loosely connected to the facts. Good teachers care if facts are accurate
Brett C. Di Resta
Opposition researcher; Adjunct Professor, George Washington Un...
So why would Noonan suggest that this debate, as opposed to the other two dozen or so presidential debates he participated in, really defines Mr. Obama? Because it fits her preconceived notion of the president -- that he's a dull, unhappy man who is overmatched.
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Obama, Mitt Romney Race To Finish Line Ahead Of Election Day
Nonverbal Behavior of the Third Presidential Debate: See What Your Ears Missed
Vanessa Van Edwards
Author, Modern Day Dale Carnegie
The polls seem to be saying that Obama was the moderate winner of the third presidential debate. But, why? Nonverbal hints can give us evidence to why Obama performed slightly better than Romney.
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With Little Mention Of Afghanistan Or Drones In Debate, Obama Ducks Hard Questions
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WATCH: Obama, Romney Face Off In Final Presidential Debate
In Debate, Obama Begins to Sharpen End Game
Journalism professor, Emerson College
That the commander in chief would outperform the challenger on foreign policy was perhaps to be expected. But his sharper summary of future goals and his willingness to package Romney as a retro, Bush-Cheney reprise were refreshing additions to the president's arsenal.
The Doublethink Debate
Robert L. Borosage
President, Institute for America's Future
There's a haunting Orwellian aura to Romney's shape shifting. Suddenly, the past is rewritten. Previous positions are, to use Nixon's phrase, "inoperative." Utterly new positions are asserted as ones that have always been firmly held.
Obama Levels 'Wrong And Reckless' Criticism At Romney
Bringing the Foreign Policy Debate Home
Richard N. Haass
President, Council on Foreign Relations
A good deal can and will be said about Monday night's foreign policy debate, but the bottom line may be that it was not so much about foreign policy and not so much a debate.
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Obama, Romney Spar On Foreign Policy In Final Presidential Debate
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