Season 53

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1954

Duration  :  

30m

52 Episodes

Cast : Stuart Novins, Howard K. Smith, George Herman, Martin Agronsky, Bob Schieffer, Lesley Stahl


Genres: News


Production Companies : 


TAGS: Face The Nation: Season Season 53


Episodes
Episode 1 : 2006 Midterm Elections
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Episode 2 : Five Years Later: Just How Safe Are We?
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Episode 3 : The Republican Rebellion
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Episode 4 : Senator John McCain
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Episode 5 : Iraq, The White House, & Bob Woodward
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Episode 6 : The Congressional Page Scandal And The Midterm Elections
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Episode 7 : The North Korean Nuclear Threat; The War In Iraq
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Episode 8 : The Midterm Elections
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Episode 9 : The War & Politics
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Episode 10 : A Look At The Midterm Elections
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Episode 11 : Looking Ahead To The New Democratic Congress
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Episode 12 : Raising Taxes, Or Not?
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Episode 13 : Season 53, Episode 13
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Episode 14 : Season 53, Episode 14
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Episode 15 : Season 53, Episode 15
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Episode 16 : Season 53, Episode 16
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Episode 17 : Season 53, Episode 17
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Episode 18 : Season 53, Episode 18
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Episode 19 : Season 53, Episode 19
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Episode 20 : Season 53, Episode 20
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Episode 21 : Season 53, Episode 21
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Episode 22 : Season 53, Episode 22
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Episode 23 : Season 53, Episode 23
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Episode 24 : Season 53, Episode 24
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Episode 25 : Season 53, Episode 25
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Episode 26 : Season 53, Episode 26
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Episode 27 : Season 53, Episode 27
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Episode 28 : Season 53, Episode 28
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Episode 29 : Season 53, Episode 29
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Episode 30 : Season 53, Episode 30
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Episode 31 : Season 53, Episode 31
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Episode 32 : Season 53, Episode 32
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Episode 33 : Season 53, Episode 33
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Episode 34 : Season 53, Episode 34
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Episode 35 : Season 53, Episode 35
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Episode 36 : Season 53, Episode 36
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Episode 37 : Season 53, Episode 37
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Episode 38 : Season 53, Episode 38
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Episode 39 : Season 53, Episode 39
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Episode 40 : Season 53, Episode 40
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Episode 41 : Season 53, Episode 41
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Episode 42 : Season 53, Episode 42
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Episode 43 : Season 53, Episode 43
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Episode 44 : Season 53, Episode 44
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Episode 45 : Season 53, Episode 45
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Episode 46 : Season 53, Episode 46
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Episode 47 : Season 53, Episode 47
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Episode 48 : Season 53, Episode 48
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Episode 49 : Season 53, Episode 49
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Episode 50 : Season 53, Episode 50
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Episode 51 : Season 53, Episode 51
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Episode 52 : Season 53, Episode 52
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