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Nightline: Sticks & Stones #722055

ABC Special for Monday, Nov 04, 2002

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  • Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC), Brown University professor of Political Science and Public Policy Darrell West, and ‘Campaigns & Elections Magazine’ editor-in-chief Ron Faucheux re: the prevalence of negative advertising during this campaign season and the potential effects this negativity will have on voters in this election.
  • Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC), correspondent John Cochran (ABC), and correspondent Linda Douglass (ABC) re: issues surrounding the Senate race in Minnesota and other hotly contested Congressional races.
  • Taped segment with Deborah Amos (ABC), American Enterprise Institute resident scholar Norm Ornstein††, political ad creator Kim Alfono††, professor Ken Goldstein††, and ‘Going Negative’ author Shanto Iyengar.
  • Reporter(s):
    Amos, Deborah

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