Mano a Mano

Friday, September 10, 2004

Thus far, the presidential campaign has been dominated by candidates sniping at each other from remote locations. But the luxury of monopolizing the podium won't last forever. And when the debates start up at the end of this month, the sparks are sure to fly. At least that's the view of The Atlantic Monthly's James Fallows, who tells Brooke that the vastly different debating styles of Bush and Kerry promise a clash of the titans. And neither is used to tasting defeat.

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