Do polls affect public opinion as much as measure it? Then what happened in New Hampshire? Mark Blumenthal from pollster.com discusses how polling affects democracy. Also, can Bush bring peace to the Middle East on a deadline?
David Makovsky, a senior fellow At The Washington Institute and Director of their Project on the Middle East Peace Process, and Ghaith al-Omari, advocacy director at the American Task Force on Palestine, discuss the latest news from the Middle East.
Michael Bitz, who runs the Comic Book Project at the Teachers College at Columbia University, and Francoise Mouly, the art editor at The New Yorker and the editorial director of TOON Books, discuss a new curriculum that uses Comic books as teaching tools.
In the first in a series of discussions with journalists from New York's ethnic press, El Diario/La Prensa reporter Lorenzo Morales addresses the perspective of New York's Hispanic population on the presidential election.
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