Modern Presidential Debates

4 April 2015
A discussion of the presidential debates of 1992 and 1996.

This paper analyzes the direction taken in presidential debates. It illustrates the emphasis placed on the economic angle and shows how politicians have become adept at using those economic questions to bring in other issues, such as family values and fairness, that politicians believe will sway the majority of Americans to vote for them.
“President Bush responded that although Clinton said he would not raise taxes on the middle class and the working class, his proposal to bring in an additional $150 billion in taxes would end up doing just that. He said that although proposals to “soak the rich” always sound appealing, it would be impossible to raise that much from the wealthy and in the end, the working class and middle class would end up paying for Clinton’s proposed spending increases.”

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