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English Composition 105: Expository Writing (Presidential Candidates)   Tags: election, english composition, obama, romney  

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This guide will provide you with information on gathering sources for your argument paper on the presidential candidates. This guide includes links to books, magazine & newspaper articles, scholarly articles, websites, and tips on evaluating information that you find online.

Use the tabs above to navigate to different information resources.

 

Video: 3rd Presidential Debate - October 22, 2012

Video of the 3rd presidential debate between Barack Obama & Mitt Romney, held on October 22, 2012 in Boca Raton, FL. Video is from The New York Times YouTube account.

 

Video: 2nd Presidential Debate - October 16, 2012

Video of the 2nd presidential debate (Town Hall format) between Barack Obama & Mitt Romney, held on October 16, 2012 in Nassau County, NY. Video is from The New York Times YouTube account.

 

Video: Vice Presidential Debate - October 11, 2012

Video of the vice presidential debate between Joe Biden & Paul Ryan, held on October 11, 2012 in Danville, KY. Video is from C-SPAN.

The New York Times provides a user-friendly transcript of the debate.

 

Video: 1st Presidential Debate - October 3, 2012

Video of the 1st presidential debate between Barack Obama & Mitt Romney, held on 3 October 2012 in Denver, CO. Video is from The New York Times YouTube account.

The New York Times provides a user-friendly transcript of the debate.

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