Bush-Kerry Debate: Style Counts NPR's Robert Siegel discusses how last night's presidential debate played on television with scholar Alan Schroeder. Schroeder is a professor at Northeastern University and author of the book Televised Presidential Debates: 40 Years of High-Risk TV.
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Bush-Kerry Debate: Style Counts

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Bush-Kerry Debate: Style Counts

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Bush-Kerry Debate: Style Counts

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NPR's Robert Siegel discusses how last night's presidential debate played on television with scholar Alan Schroeder. Schroeder is a professor at Northeastern University and author of the book Televised Presidential Debates: 40 Years of High-Risk TV.