Moderator: Gwen Ifill David Broder of the Washington Post and Jeanne Cummings of the Wall Street Journal on election 2004, the key states and key issues. They will lay out the important primaries and the parties' strategies for victory. Joan Biskupic of USA Today on the cases in front of the Supreme Court next year, the pledge of allegiance, the Pennsylvania redistricting and the legal rights of "enemy combatants."
Todd Purdum of the New York Times on the war in Afghanistan, the reconstruction in Iraq, the roadmap and our relationships with Europe this year.
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