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Backstory: Third Party Candidates

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The campaigns of third party candidates like Theodore Roosevelt, Ross Perot, and Ralph Nader have enlivened political debate and stirred up controversy during elections. On today's Backstory, Ron Rapoport from the College of William and Mary, and Walter Stone from the University of California-Davis, assess the impact third party candidates have had on America's presidential races.

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