Kathleen Jamieson and others discuss how Obama overpowered Hillary Clinton's advantages.
Lynn Sherr and others discuss the enthusiastic reaction to Ferraro’s nomination.
Experts discuss how Palin’s unpreparedness to be vice president quickly became evident.
Though Reagan lost, his gracious comments after his defeat made a lasting impression.
Reagan's speeches on the economy, shrinking government, and optimism won over voters.
Jesse Jackson's 1984 convention speech was moving for many at that year's DNC.
The impact of the Hart scandal on his campaign and future campaigns is discussed.
Romney reflects on his father's legacy, and on his lack of focus on minority voter groups.
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