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Candidates Courting Voters

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The presidential candidates are courting voters with their plans for reform. John McCain says he'll fight for working people; Barack Obama says he'll lower taxes. (NPR)

Obama's senior economic advisor says the Democrat won't second-guess the Fed's decisions. (NPR)

Plus, an economic debate between McCain advisor John Taylor and Obama advisor Lawrence Summers, former Treasury Secretary under President Bill Clinton. (On Point)

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