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Republican Presidential Candidates Debate #657774

CNN Special for Thursday, Feb 15, 1996

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  • Live CNN coverage and analysis of a debate in Manchester, New Hampshire among Republican presidential candidates Alan Keyes, Morry Taylor, Sen. Richard Lugar, Steve Forbes, Patrick Buchanan, Rep. Robert Dornan, former Governor Lamar Alexander, and Sen. Robert Dole, moderated by WMUR News Director Jack Heath and WMUR Anchor Karen Brown.
  • Taped segment with Gene Randall (CNN), Buchanan campaign co-chairman Larry Pratt, Charles Lewis of the Center for Public Integrity, Buchanan, and Dole.
  • Taped segment with Candy Crowley (CNN), Buchanan, Alexander, Dole, Forbes, and Lugar.
  • Taped segment with Bruce Morton (CNN), former President Ronald Reagan, Dole, Dartmouth College pollster Linda Fowler, Alexander, Forbes, and Buchanan.
  • Analysis includes the participation of Professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson and unidentified New Hampshire residents.

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