As Americans turn out for a major round of caucuses and primaries, the whole world is watching, almost as never before. After eight years of George W. Bush, there is intense interest in who will be in the White House next. We get a wide range of foreign views on the presidency and the electoral process. Also, presidents are supposed to be likable, but often they're real SOB's. What does it take to get to the White House? Why do candidates run?
Super Tuesday: In the Eyes of the Rest of the World
From this Episode:
Super Tuesday Comes To a Head
As polls open across the country and caucuses get under way, Super Tuesday is shaping up much like a general election, with events moving from East to West. Rhodes Cook is...
What Kind of Person Runs for President?
This year's presidential nominating process is longer, and arguably more grueling, than any in history. As we've heard so often, there has never been a day like today. Who...