A debate about the debates

Gersh, Debra
July 1993
Editor & Publisher;7/24/93, Vol. 126 Issue 30, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the House hearings on two congressional bills regulating the presidential election debates. National Presidential Debates Act of 1993; Democracy in Presidential Debates Act of 1993; Issues on format, sponsorship and third-party candidates; Debates' institutionalization; Testimonies of television news executives.


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