A Question of Security

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photoToday, President Bush told voters in New Jersey that his plan for fighting terrorists is better than John Kerry's. Last week, in their final debate, Kerry said that America is not safer under Bush's leadership.

Which candidate will protect the nation better from a terrorist attack? How voters answer that question is a key issue in this campaign, and may decide the very outcome of the election.

Hear perspectives from the country's top homeland security and terrorism experts.


Senator Mark Dayton, (D-MN)

Daniel Prieto, research director of the Homeland Security Partnership Initiative at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government

Louise Richardson, renowned expert on international terrorism and terrorist movements, executive director of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study.

This program aired on October 18, 2004.


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