E-Journal 6

E-Journal 6 - During the class of Oct. 7th we watched the...

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During the class of Oct. 7 th we watched the second presidential debate of the two presidential nominees Barrack Obama and John McCain. This debate was mediated by the esteemed broadcast journalist Tom Brokaw. The debate touched on the most pertinent issues of the economy, domestic affairs, and foreign policy. As for the economy the candidates discussed our economic crisis and the bailout plan. For domestic affairs they both discussed their opposing viewpoints on health care from a rebate to universal coverage. Lastly, as for foreign policy they discussed their strategies for the War in Iraq and the global disputes with Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, North Korea, and Russia. For the latter part of the class we had two guest speakers. One was David Westphal, who is a Washington editor of the McClatchy Washington Bureau and the McClatchy Tribune of information services. His significance is his experience of reporting on the policies in Washington and his experience as a correspondent. We also had Henry Weinstein who is
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2008 for the course COMM 310 taught by Professor Scheer during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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E-Journal 6 - During the class of Oct. 7th we watched the...

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