Judging Outcome of the 2004 Debates

NPR's Robert Siegel talks to professor Alan Schroeder, author of Presidential Debates: 40 years of High-Risk TV, about the third and final Presidential debate, held Wednesday. Schroeder says President Bush recovered from the earlier bouts. He also says there was no way the president could have ducked the debates.



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