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American Political Debate

Summary: Analyzes the 2004 American presidential election. Compares the two candidates, John Kerry and George W. Bush. Discusses five major point topics and three minor topics for each major point.
With the election quickly approaching, President Bush and Senator John Kerry passionately debate the issues of the world. These issues include major ones such as abortion, civil liberties, energy/environment, and economy. During the election process, these candidates and the voters' frantically search through tons of information to select the best fitting candidate for presidency. President Bush represents the republicans while Kerry represents the democrats. Although some information politically seems down right crazy to some, that is the opinion of that candidate.

Frequent debates cover many issues related to this presidential election. One major issue, abortion, takes prominence in current debates, especially late-term abortion. President Bush signed many laws to ban this type of abortion. ("Comparing") Even though abortion is wrong, a woman does deserve the right to make a choice. An abortion this late if wanted for a woman, the woman may choose. President Bush opposes abortion...

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