Edwards and Cheney Offer a Clash of Styles

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NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Alan Schroeder of Northeastern University about the style of last night's vice presidential debate. The exchange took the format of a sit-down discussion to allow the candidates to articulate their platforms. Schroeder is the author of Presidential Debates: 40 Years of High Risk TV.



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