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This Sunday: As the president readies his jobs plan, the Republican candidates prepare to square off in their second debate. At the forefront: How to get America back to work. We’ll preview the major battles ahead in the 2012 campaign. Plus, it’s been a decade since Sept. 11th. How has that day shaped our nation, our standing in the world, and outlook for our future? With us: Author of the new book “That Used to be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World it Invented and How We Can Come Back,” Tom Friedman; editorial page editor for the Wall Street Journal, Paul Gigot; congresswoman from California, Maxine Waters (D); co-founder of No Labels, Mark McKinnon; and Presidential Historian, Doris Kearns Goodwin.
How the events of September 11th affected a generation. With us: Doris Kearns Goodwin and her son, former Army Captain Joseph Kearns Goodwin.