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  • From drama to dog poop, debates have a history of curveballs

    Miami Herald - 08/06/2015

    “You have all these elements of controversy, excitement and weirdness coming together in a perfect storm that’s going to make this seem much, much more important than we could have imagined any debate 15 months before the election could possibly be,” says Alan Schroeder, a journalism professor at Boston’s Northeastern University and author of Presidential Debates: 50 Years of High-Risk TV and several books about the intersection of politics, television and celebrity.

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