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Monday, September 22, 2008

Today marks the launch of the presidential election series 30 Issues in Thirty Days. Issue 1: Will Your Vote Count? What Has Changed Eight Years after Bush vs. Gore. Also: we take a look at modern current events and ask: What Would Winston (Churchill) Do?โ€ See the final 30 Issues and help produce with our 30 Issues Wiki!

Massive Bailout

Daniel Gross, senior editor at Newsweek and Moneybox columnist for Slate, talks about the $700 billion bailout proposal.

Stephen Moore, editorial board member for the Wall Street Journal, talks about why he's anti-bailout.

Should Congress approve the measure? Comment below!

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What Would Winston Do?

Barry Singer, owner of Chartwell Booksellers, and Jon Meacham editor-in-chief of Newsweek, who recently edited the June 23rd cover story "What Would Winston Do?", discuss Winston Churchill's legacy and its relevance today.

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Fall Film Picks

New York Press film critic Armond White and film critic for Dana Stevens rate their fall film picks.

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30 Issues in Thirty Days: Will Your Vote Count? What Has Changed Eight Years after Bush vs. Gore?

The presidential election series kicks off with a comprehensive look at the 2008 vote. Tova Wang, vice president of research at Common Cause, talks about the upcoming election, and how well ten swing states are prepared for November 4th.

John Fund, Wall Street Journal ...

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