Obama’s Sedate Debate

Mitt Romney got high marks for style in last’s night’s presidential debate, while President Obama was widely viewed as flatfooted. But viewers got a chance to see some clear differences on substance, says Mark Duggan, a professor of business, economics and public policy, and faculty director of the Wharton Public Policy Initiative.

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