Politics and Iraq
After a clip of President Bush and presidential Democratic contender
Sen. John Kerry's latest remarks on Iraq, Jim Lehrer speaks with
syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist
David Brooks about the role U.S. policy in Iraq will play in the
upcoming presidential election.
Consider the Marathon 2004 Presidential Election
Margaret Warner discusses the historical implications of an elongated
presidential campaign with historian and author Michael Beschloss
and Richard Norton Smith, director of the Lincoln Library and
Outsourcing and the Race for the White House
Columnists David Brooks of the New York Times and Tom Oliphant
of the Boston Globe analyze the battle between President Bush
and Democratic presidential contender Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass.,
and the outsourcing of American jobs.
Review the Lives of the Candidates
Margaret Warner gets perspectives on Democratic and Republican
presidential candidates from University of New Orleans historian
Douglas Brinkley, who wrote a recent book about Kerry's service
in Vietnam, and Princeton University history professor Fred Greenstein,
who is the author of two books about the Bush presidency.
Campaign Builds Massive 'Grassroots' Network
Terence Smith speaks with key figures of the Bush-Cheney 2004
reelection team and other political experts about the campaign's
innovative methods of building grassroots support across the nation
and a preview of its media campaign plans.