Posted Tuesday, October 23, 2012
Tuesday on The Sound of Ideas, we'll analyze the third and final debate in the Presidential race. The focus is foreign policy: Who'll establish their international credentials? What weaknesses were exposed? We'll talk about Libya, Israel, war in the Middle East and trade with China and we'll discuss whether the three debates helped anyone decide whether Mitt Romney or Barack Obama should get the job. Join host Mike McIntyre with your thoughts, Tuesday morning at 9:00.
Destinee Henton, CWRU sophomore, political science major
Jim Cataldo, teacher, Lorain
Thomas Sutton, PhD, chair, political science dept., Baldwin Wallace University
Elizabeth Sullivan, editorial page editor, The Plain Dealer
Amir Soas, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice & Security Studies, Tiffin University
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