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Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale Debate (10/7/1984) [electronic resource]

Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale engage in their first Presidential debate of the 1984 campaign, with the questions restricted to domestic issues. Reagan seeks to focus on economic performance under his administration as compared to Carter-Mondale, while Mondale focuses on the deficit, arguing that Reagan's prediction of growing out of the deficit are fanciful; Reagan lacks an honest plan for confronting it. Note: This historical recording may contain variations in audio and video quality based on the limitations of the original source material.
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2015; 1984
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Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale Debate (10/21/1984) [electronic resource]

In this October 1984 debate between President Reagan and Walter Mondale, the presidential candidates address foreign and domestic matters. Reagan and Mondale highlight their positions on the Soviet Union, strategic missiles, nuclear arms, illegal immigration, and more.
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2015; 1984
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Walter Mondale Speaks About the Findings of the Church Committee ca. 1975

At the conclusion of a 15-month investigation into abuses of power by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Church Committee released a two-feet thick report detailing their findings. In addition to illegal domestic surveillance, the Church Committee discovered that the CIA had undertaken assassination plots against foreign leaders and attempted to destabilize other governments. In this televised speech before the committee, Senator Walter Mondale (D-MN) compares establishing accountability for the CIA's actions to "trying to nail Jell-O to the wall".
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2007; 1975