Post Politics Program with the Walt Whitman Debate Team
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Post Politics Program with the Walt Whitman Debate Team

Four members of the Walt Whitman High School debate team, from Bethesda, Md., critqued the debating styles of John McCain and Barack Obama. David Broder goes door-to-door in Pennsylvania to talk to voters. Lael Brainard gives the top 10 global economic challenges facing the next president. And James Grimadli talks about his exclusive investigative piece on the McCain's. Video by Emily Freifeld/washingtonpost.com

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