Speechwriters Compare The 2012 Stump Speeches

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Paul Glastris, editor-in-chief, The Washington Monthly
Peter Robinson, research fellow, The Hoover Institution

President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney continue to campaign around the U.S., delivering their stump speeches to audiences filled with enthusiastic supporters. The remarks remind voters of the hearts of their platforms and reinforce ideas presented in ads and other speeches.



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