Shanto Iyengar

Stanford University

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Professor of Communication and Professor of Political Science at Stanford University, his books include Media Politics: A Citizen's Guide

Shanto Iyengar on KCRW

If you're frustrated by the limited number of issues in this year's presidential campaign, you are not alone.

The Missing Issues in the Presidential Campaign

If you're frustrated by the limited number of issues in this year's presidential campaign, you are not alone.

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No campaign has ever touched on all the important issues, but who decides what's worth discussing and when?

The Missing Issues in the Presidential Campaign

No campaign has ever touched on all the important issues, but who decides what's worth discussing and when?

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