Barack Obama and Mitt Romney went head-to-head last week in Denver, and by all accounts, it didn't go so well for the incumbent. But beyond the debate's impact on the horse race, it was also a bad night for facts and reality-based policy discussion. Read below for our full coverage and analysis.
Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow David Woolner, FDR's Debate Lesson for Obama: It's About Capturing Americans' Imaginations
Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow Jeff Madrick, Obama Failed to Defend Government from Romney's Bluster
Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow Bo Cutter, A Painful Debate Proves the Candidates Still Aren't Answering the Real Questions
Roosevelt Institute Fellow Mike Konczal, Worried About TBTF Banks? Ignore Romney's Attacks in the Debate.
NND Deputy Editor Tim Price, New Deal Numerology: Down and Out in Denver
And don't miss...
Roosevelt Institute Fellow Matt Stoller, Post-Debate Analysis: The Media Can Now Get the Electoral Horse Race It Wants
NND Editor Bryce Covert, Women Went Missing in Last Night's Presidential Debate
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