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MAY 15, 1995, Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers, and legislators, and viewer telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mail. In the first segment, Susan Dentzer of U.S. News & World Report discussed the upcoming week in Congress especially Medicare and the budget. In the newspaper roundtable, journalists Robert Kaiser and Jack Nelson talked about the headline stories. In the point-counterpoint segment, Education Deputy Secretary Madeleine Kunin and Representative Joe Scarborough (R-FL) debated whether or not the Education Department should be eliminated. Christopher Hitchens discussed his article for June “Vanity Fair” on “New York Times” editorial writer Maureen Dowd.

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