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Primary Questions (What Book?) #893357

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 29, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) A different perspective on the presidential election campaign with a series entitled "Primary Questions: Character, Leadership and the Candidates" re-introduced. The response of the presidential candidates to the question: If you were elected president, what is the one book, other than the Bible, you would think is essential to have along? [Senator John McCAIN – says “Wealth of Nations.”] [Senator Barack OBAMA – says “Team of Rivals.”] [Mitt ROMNEY – says “John Adams.”] [Mike HUCKABEE – says “Whatever Happened to the Human Race?”] [John EDWARDS – says “The Trial of Socrates.”] [Senator Hillary CLINTON, Rudolph GIULIANI – say “The Federalist Papers.”] NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.
Couric, Katie

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