Obama vs. Clinton
Using an article from US News and World Report about one of the debates between Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama, observations are made whether the diffrence is due to gender, or whether the debate covered has other aspects in terms of political ...
# 138204 | 750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (Election and Campaigns) , Political Science (Comparative Politics)
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Using an article from US News and World Report about one of the debates between Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama, observations are made whether the diffrence is due to gender, or whether the debate covered has other aspects in terms of political "correctness." The basis for the debates is not merely "electability" but also which person seems to have the best appeal, and verbailiztion of ideas coounts in politics, even when written by someone else.
From the Paper:OBAMA VS. CLINTON There is no more sharply focused series of communication, encounters, debates- whatever the term one wants to use- than in the current confrontation between Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton. It is not merely a debate about who will be the Democratic nominee for U.S. Presidency in 2008. It is clearly a contest between male and female- and a black man (or half-black man, at that). During a series of debates, first with other Presidential hopefuls, and then between only Clinton and Obama, one can see the talents, the quirks, the need to excel, and the emphasis on different aspects of what their talents to be president may be.
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