As election day nears, Republican candidate Bob Dole is under increasing pressure from his supporters to take a more aggressively negative approach in his campaign against President Clinton. Linda talks with NPR's Elizabeth Arnold and Mara Liasson, who each have covered both candidates during the presidential campaign; they compare and contrast Dole and Clinton's approaches to campaigning...from their personal styles to their stump speeches.
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