Susan Estrich

University of Southern California

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Professor of Law at the University of Southern California, syndicated columnist and political commentator for Fox News; campaign manager for Michael Dukakis' 1988 presidential campaign

Susan Estrich on KCRW

In  last night's debate ,  Mitt Romney  was an aggressive challenger, not afraid to accuse a sitting President of not telling the truth.

Taking Stock of the First Debate

In last night's debate , Mitt Romney was an aggressive challenger, not afraid to accuse a sitting President of not telling the truth.

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In Colorado this morning,  President Obama  gave an energetic stump speech, but even Democrats agree he was uninspired in  last night's debate  compared to  Mitt Romney .

Will Last Night's Debate Change the Momentum?

In Colorado this morning, President Obama gave an energetic stump speech, but even Democrats agree he was uninspired in last night's debate compared to Mitt Romney .

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It's only January, and already the race for the Republican presidential nomination feels like it's gone on forever and that it might never end.

Is Newt Gingrich Another Flash in the Pan?

It's only January, and already the race for the Republican presidential nomination feels like it's gone on forever and that it might never end.

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