Historically, presidential debates have tended to not matter very much. But this year could be different; this year’s campaign is different.

Essay #1 – The Presidential Debates

Historically, presidential debates have tended to not matter very much. But this year could be different; this year’s campaign is different. In this paper, use examples from the first three presidential debates (Monday, 9/26, Tuesday 10/4 and Sunday 10/9) to evaluate whether and why the Clinton-Trump debates will affect this year’s presidential election.

 

You must read this:

https://www.vox.com/2016/9/12/12847632/debates-trump-clinton-polls-political-science

be sure to click on the various hyperlinks in that article to learn more about what political science says about debates.

You should also use the information about debates from your textbook.

Use historical examples, including the nomination battle earlier this cycle. Think about debates that mattered, like Gore sighing and looking at his watch, or Nixon declining makeup and looking swarthy.

 

M 9/26 FIRST CLINTON-TRUMP DEBATE

 W 9/28 First Paper Assigned – library day

T 10/4 SECOND DEBATE

 SUN 10/9 THIRD DEBATE

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