As we go to press, President George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry are preparing for their third and final debate. It is conventional wisdom that Senator Kerry won the first two debates, decisively putting the president on the defensive in the first, especially on the war in Iraq, and narrowly besting him in the second, where questions were fielded from audience members rather than a single journalist. In between those two debates, Vice...
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