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Monday, October 22, 2007

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  • The view from Iowa and New Hampshire
    With polls showing their race much closer than the Democrats,' the leading Republican presidential candidates attacked each other's conservative credentials in their debate Sunday. How are the candidates faring in the first states to vote?11:00 a.m.
    Andrew Smith: Director of the Unviersity of New Hampshire's Survey Center. This year, the center is analyzing poll data for CNN and the Boston Globe.
    Bruce Gronbeck: Director of the University of Iowa Center for Media Studies and Political Culture.
  • Sorenson remembers the Cuban Missile Crisis
    Forty-five years ago, President John F. Kennedy announced that the U.S. had spotted "offensive missile sites" in Cuba capable of launching an attack on America. In a recent speech at the Kennedy Library, JFK's aide Theodore Sorenson explained how the U.S. averted a possible nuclear war with the USSR.12:00 p.m.

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