John McCain (R) and Barack Obama (D) debate at the first 2008 Presidential Debate, from the University of Mississippi in Oxford, Miss.
Gwen Ifill asks Palin and Biden about whether they would sit down and engage adversaries through diplomacy or not.
The presidential candidates talk about how they will deal with Pakistan as they continue to fight the war on Terror.
The candidates lay out their plans on how to fix social security and medicare.
Gwen Ifill asks Biden and Palin about their views on American interventionism in foreign affairs.
The candidates are asked if health care should be viewed as a commodity.
Gwen Ifill asks each candidate about their exit strategies for Iraq and their general policies on Iraq.
The presidential candidates respond to a question regarding taking swift action on environment issues.
A 78 year old woman asks, via email, what each candidate would ask of the American people to sacrifice in order to get out of the current economic crisis.
The presidential candidates speak about breaking bad habits that were developed under the current administration.
The candidates take time to go deeper regarding the boarder between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The candidates are asked what programs they plan on cutting do to the financial crisis.
Gwen Ifill asks Senator Biden and Sarah Palin about the differences between their tax policies.
Gwen Ifill asks Senator Biden and Sarah Palin to articulate how each of them value the vice-presidency and how they would fill that role.
Gwen Ifill asks Sarah Palin and Joe Biden how their administration would differ if either were to become president.
Gwen Ifill asks Governon Palin and Senator Biden about their views on same sex marriage and relationships.
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