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Friday, November 2, 2012

Season 2012 Episode 3070 | 54m 07s

Tonight on the program, we examine the campaigns and how the incoming president will be inheriting slow and steady growth. Also: continuing cleanup in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, children going to secret schools in Syria due to high casualties, the non-spoken immigration issue in the presidential campaigns, and Mark Shields and David Brooks analyze the week's top political stories.

Aired: 11/01/12 | Expires: 12/02/12
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