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The Vice Presidential Candidates Debate #656748

ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, PBS Special for Wednesday, Oct 09, 1996

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# Live ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, and PBS coverage and analysis of the first of two presidential candidates debates between Al Gore and Jack Kemp, moderated by Jim Lehrer. # ABC debate analysis continued on "PrimeTime Live" and "Nightline". # CBS analysis includes the participation of Republican political analyst Kevin Phillips, Republican National Committee Chairman Haley Barbour, Sen. Christopher Dodd, and Professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson. # CNN analysis includes the participation of White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta, senior Dole advisor Charles Black, Republican strategist Ed Rollins, and 1992 Clinton debate coach Bob Barnett, and taped excerpts of an interview with Dole. # NBC debate analysis continued on "Dateline". # PBS analysis includes the participation of Paul Gigot of the "Wall Street Journal", syndicated columnist Mark Shields, Democratic media consultant Robert Shrum, Republican media consultant Michael Deaver, William Kristol of "The Weekly Standard", author/journalist Haynes Johnson, presidential historian Michael Beschloss, and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.

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