American History–1992 Election–Bush, Clinton and Perot–Videos

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Christopher Hitchens on Socialism, France, George Bush, and Bill Clinton (1992 -Part 1)

Christopher Hitchens on Opinion Polls and Ross Perot (1992 – Part 2)

Christopher Hitchens on Ross Perot, Fascism, and Election Campaign Financing (1992 -Part 3)

Christopher Hitchens on Taxes, Abortion, and Politics (1992 – Part 4)

Christopher Hitchens on Bill Clinton and the Democrats (1992 – Part 5)

Christopher Hitchens on Patriotism, Adultery, and Corporations (1992 – Part 6)

Christopher Hitchens on Journalism and Election Polling (1992- Part 7)

Christopher Hitchens on Republicans and Christianity (1992 – Part 8)

Christopher Hitchens on Libertarianism, Garth Brooks, and Wayne’s World  (1992 – Part 9) 

Presidential Debate 1992 #1

1992 Presidential Debate with George HW Bush, Bill Clinton & Ross Perot

The presidential candidates for the 1992 election debated each other in the second of three scheduled presidential debates. The participants were President George Bush, Governor Bill Clinton, and Ross Perot. They answered questions from the audience that regarded their campaigns and their policy preferences, which mostly focused on economic issues. The audience consisted of 209 undecided voters from the Richmond, VA area.

Presidential Debate 1992 #3


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