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September 21, 2004

Another debate on the White House race

Our featured discussion on the presidential race, which has now gone one and a half rounds (Chusid/Frank; Chusid) is not the only such game in town. The magazine Legal Affairs is hosting a debate between Stanford's Larry Lessig and author William Tucker on the same general subject, but with the focus on V.P. candidate Edwards.

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