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Apr 1, 2016 10:00pm EDT
does the past include george washington and thomas jefferson? does it include franklin roosevelt and john kennedy? does it include the human rights policy of president carter? if it does, i'm glad to come here today and claim the past and defend it as a good guide to the future. >> thank you. >> in the south this last week, you seem to be describing yourself as a hero astronaut and a tough marine. you've been all of these things, but can you really decide what shorts of person you'll be in different parts of the country? >> i don't think i've changed my views in any way, shaip or form. what you're talking about is the experience factor, which i have pointed out. i know how washington operates? but in addition to that, who is going to provide the jobs in this country? who knows the best from the white house? someone who has been in business, started four small businesses of my own, was president of an international corporation, 1/3 of our agricultural production gets sent overseas normally. one out of every six american jobs depends on that. it's so important for the future. i've
CSPAN
Mar 20, 2016 10:00am EDT
teacher. i have always revered the past. in closethe past george washington and thomas jefferson? is it includes kennedy and the human rights policy of president carter? if it does, i'm glad to come here and claim the past. thank you. mr. glenn, we saw you in iowa. you described yourself as a businessman and an experienced senator. but last week, you seem to be describing yourself as a hero astronaut. you have been all of these things but can you really decide what sorts of person you have been? >> i don't think i have changed my views. what you are talking about is the experience factor. i have been 10 years in washington and have passed major legislation. i know how washington operates. who knows the best from the have started for small businesses of my own. international corporations. one third of our agricultural population -- it is so important for the future. we talk about the future and i have been working in the future all my life. i was in the military, healthy to design the equivalent for the future. i think those are very valuable additions, in addition to just being l
CSPAN
Mar 20, 2016 10:45pm EDT
revered the past. but does the past include george washington and thomas jefferson? does it include kennedy and the human rights policy of president carter? if it does, i'm glad to come here and defend the past and declare it as a good guide to the view chair. >> thank you. mr. glenn, we saw you in iowa. you described yourself as a businessman and an experienced senator. but last week, you seem to be describing yourself as a hero astronaut and a tough marine. you have been all of these things, admittedly it is in your record, but can you really decide what sorts of person you have been? >> i don't think i have changed my views. what you are talking about is the experience factor, which i have pointed out. i have been 10 years in washington and have passed major legislation. i know how washington operates. but in addition to that, who was going to provide the jobs for the future of this country? who knows the best from the white house, i have started for small businesses of my own. international corporations. one third of our agricultural production gets sent overseas. american jobs
CSPAN
Mar 20, 2016 6:45pm EDT
walter mondale and john glenn of ohio, former presidential mummy george mcgovern, and the reverend jesse jackson. the debate is best recovered for mondale's question. he asked "where's the beef?" vice president mondale finished the primary season with the lead in delegates, but he did not secure the nomination until the democratic convention in july. he then lost the general election in a landslide to ronald reagan, with the president winning 49 out of 50 states. our coverage of this hour-long debate is courtesy of the league of women voters. >> good afternoon, i am dorothy. look into the league's second debate of 1984. as we have done in previous presidential election years, the league of women voters is sponsoring a series of primary and general election debates so that you, the voter can make side-by-side comparisons of the candidates and their views. john chancellor, a distinguished journalist and commentator is our moderator for the debate today. john? john: thank you. gentlemen, there were eight of you and now, they are only five. i must say, you survivors look pretty chipper
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2016 11:30pm EST
. mcgovern. >> george, you were the only one who is up here who has been the democratic standard bearer for president in a presidential campaign. what lessons have you learned from that experience? to beat ronald reagan. because that's what we've got to do. >> i think the first lesson i learned about this, allen, i want to win as badly as you do, but i've learned that in 1972 there are some things that can happen to you in politics that are even worse than losing an election. i wouldn't change places with the man who won in 1972. [ applause ] having said that, let me -- let me give all of you a little practical advice. work hard but don't work so hard you get fatigued to the point where your judgment becomes cloud cloud clouded. most of the mistakes that are made in presidential campaigns are made because of fatigue. so don't work so hard trying to catch up with me that you're -- [ applause ] that you wear yourselves out. one final -- one final serious note. to all of us. let's try to stay with what we really believe. let's not watch those changing and unpredictable public opinion polls
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