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Presidential candidates debate, [2008]

Author: Barack ObamaJohn McCainJames LehrerTom BrokawBob SchiefferAll authors
Publisher: West Lafayette, Ind. : C-SPAN Archives ; Washington, DC : National Cable Satellite Corp., ©2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Barack Obama; John McCain; James Lehrer; Tom Brokaw; Bob Schieffer; C-SPAN (Television network); National Cable Satellite Corporation.
OCLC Number: 427398817
Notes: Copyright year on DVD label is 2009; on the first screen is 2008.
Created by Cable. Offered as a Public Service.
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Description: 3 videodisc (ca. 300 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD. Shown in a full-screen format provided by the television network pool.
Contents: DVD 1: Debate 1: Sept. 26, 2008, at Univ. of Miss., Oxford, Miss. (ca. 100 min.): Speakers, presidential candidates, senators John McCain, Barack Obama; moderator, Jim Lehrer. Debate issue focused on foreign policy but began by addressing the current financial crisis and proposals for federal rescue plan for U.S. financial markets --
DVD 2: Debate 2: Oct. 7, 2008, Nashville, Tenn. (ca. 100 min.): Senators John McCain, Barack Obama answered questions submitted by a group of uncommitted voters identified by the Gallup Organization and via electronic mail. Questions focused on economy, the crisis in the financial markets, U.S. troop deployment overseas, and other foreign policy issues; moderator, Tom Brokaw --
DVD 3: Debate 3: Oct. 15, 2008, Hempstead, NY, Hofstra Univ. (ca. 93 min.): Speakers, presidential candidates, senators John McCain, Barack Obama; moderator, Bob Schieffer. Debate issues focused on the economy and domestic policy.
Responsibility: C-SPAN.

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