the republican ticket of ronald reagan and w.h. bush went on to beat mondale and geraldine ferraro in the general election. >>> our panelists for tonight's debate on defense and foreign policy issues are georgei anne gyre, marvin cal, morton conracy, and henry truit, diplomatic correspondent for "the baltimore sun." edwin newman formerly of nbc news is our moderator. ed. >>> the panel member that put the question will ask a follow-up, and the answer to that will be limited to one minute. after that the same question will be put to ronald reagan, and there will be a follow-up and each man will have one minute for rebuttal. >>> the crucial issue of central america, you and the democratic party said the only policy toward the horrendous civil wars in central america should be on the economic development and negotiations with perhaps a quarantine of marxist nicaragua. do you think the answers in any ways will solve the conflicts and there's no need to resort to force at all, simply, again, too weak and too late? >> i believe the questi
the republican ticket of ronald reagan and w.h. bush went on to beat mondale and geraldine ferraro in the general election.
bush, the first george bush. joe biden has also got the a team helping him and very, very good people are thinking about this in a context of a strategy, not just tactics. >> i don't have a lot of time here, but i was in congress in the late '90s working for lee hamilton, whom you know who was named as the co-chair of the 9/11 commission. i think of guys like lee hamilton and the job they did that was nonpartisan to come up to a solution to a great threat and then i think of january 6th and i lament the fact we missed this opportunity. >> give me a second to say, first of all, lee hamilton was my mentor and i succeeded him for a decade at the wilson center. and he sat in my office, the one i just left, to over see the writing of the 9/11 report on a bipartisan basis. that was the proposal so far as i know that susan collins was trying to push through a couple days ago for the 1/6 commission. 1/6 could have been the most catastrophic advance in our country had they succeeded in taking out the house and senate lead
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