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Charlie Rose with John Sununu, Howard Baker & Ed Rollins, E.J. Dionne, Jr.; David Denby, Rebecca Lobo, Janet Maslin & Stephen Schiff (February 13, 1996)


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First, a panel including John Sununu, host of CNN's Crossfire, former White House Chief of Staff, Senator Howard Baker, and veteran Republican political strategist, Ed Rollins discusses how the results of the Iowa caucus will impact the New Hampshire primaries. Then, Washington Post writer E.J. Dionne discusses the failure of the Democrats in 1994 and the dawn of the New Progressive Era. Finally, a panel talks with Charlie about this year's Academy Award nominees. Panelists include New York Times film critic Janet Maslin, David Denby of New York magazine, and Stephen Schiff from The New Yorker and National Public Radio.

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