[Mb-civic] A washingtonpost.com article from: michael@intrafi.com

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Wed Sep 8 16:43:30 PDT 2004

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 Don't Duck the Debates
 THIS IS, or so we are constantly told by partisans on both sides, the most important election of our lives -- at least. At the Republican convention last week, Vice President Cheney called it "one of the most important, not just in our lives, but in our history." You'd think, then, that both campaigns would be eager to see that voters get as much of a chance as possible to see the two candidates debate. The bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates, which has sponsored such encounters since 1988, has proposed a schedule of three 90-minute presidential debates (one on foreign policy, one on domestic issues and  one a town-hall-style session with undecided voters) along with a vice presidential debate.
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