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Crippled America,
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The Truths We Hold,
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Smart on Crime,
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Guide to Political Revolution,
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Where We Go From Here,
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Promise Me, Dad ,
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Conscience of a Conservative,
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Two Paths,
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Every Other Monday,
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Courage is Contagious,
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Shortest Way Home,
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The Book of Joe ,
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Our Revolution,
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This Fight Is Our Fight,
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Higher Loyalty,
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The Making of Donald Trump,
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Books by and about the 2016 presidential election
What Happened ,
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Higher Loyalty ,
by James Comey (2018)
Trump vs. Hillary On The Issues ,
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
Hard Choices,
by Hillary Clinton (2014)
Becoming ,
by Michelle Obama (2018)
Outsider in the White House,
by Bernie Sanders (2015)

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Missouri Senate Debate, Kit Bond (R) vs Nancy Farmer (D) , Oct. 21, 2004

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    from MO Senate Debate (number of quotes indicated):
  • Claire McCaskill (7)
  • Jim Talent (8)
  • Kit Bond (4)
  • Nancy Farmer (3)
    OR click on an issue category below for a subset.
 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
    Claire McCaskill: Support embryonic stem cell research but not cloning.
    Claire McCaskill: Support a ban on partial-birth abortion.
    Jim Talent: Oppose embryonic stem cell research that involves cloning.
    Jim Talent: Favor exemptions in abortion law but not stem cell research.
Budget & Economy
    Claire McCaskill: $300 billion in Iraq is a lot of money.
    Jim Talent: The $300 billion spent on Iraq is 1 percent of the GDP.
    Nancy Farmer: Refuse campaign funds from firms that have outsourced jobs.
Homeland Security
    Claire McCaskill: Support surveillance with civil rights protection.
    Kit Bond: Oppose the 9/11 commission since Congress was doing the work.
    Nancy Farmer: Establish a new position of national intelligence director.
Principles & Values
    Claire McCaskill: Hastert should resign his speakership for a cover-up.
    Jim Talent: Hastert should resign his speakership if found responsible.
War & Peace
    Claire McCaskill: Need to change course in Iraq.
    Claire McCaskill: Redeploy our troops in Iraq to Afghanistan to find bin Laden.
    Jim Talent: Oppose an artificial timetable for withdrawing from Iraq.
    Jim Talent: Need to season the Iraqi army before leaving Iraq.
    Jim Talent: Our troops must stay in Iraq until the job is done.
    Jim Talent: Would still have invaded Iraq knowing there were no weapons.
    Kit Bond: The terrorists would get WMD without the Iraq war.
    Kit Bond: The global terror network is the Axis powers in World War II.
    Kit Bond: Opposes sending additional troops to Iraq.
    Nancy Farmer: The invasion of Iraq was not justified by Bush’s premises.

The above quotations are from Missouri Senate Debate, Kit Bond (R) vs Nancy Farmer (D) , Oct. 21, 2004.
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