Americans were supposed to watch the second presidential debate this week but won’t be able to, thanks to the high-handedness of the Commission on Presidential Debates. Does this decision positively serve the public, as we inch toward election day? Steve Forbes raises two basic questions: Is it time to abolish the Commission on Presidential Debates and what structural changes should be considered in the future for debates between candidates.
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