McCain vs. Obama: The Great Nonverbal Debate

People say much more than words when they appear before an audience. Here's how our Presidential candidates fared in their first debate

Millions of people watching the first Presidential debate on Sept. 26 heard words about the economic crisis, spending, the Iraq war, and foreign policy. But I was watching how those words were said, scanning the nonverbal communications delivered by senators Barack Obama and John McCain.

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