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The non-roar of the invisible crowd: Stage design at the first Trump-Clinton debate

The nonprofit Commission on Presidential Debates, established in 1987, uses a stock, reconfigurable stage design, a kit of sober-looking parts, for each of its nationally televised events. Monday night this portable backdrop was reassembled inside Hofstra University’s David S. Mack Sports and Exhibition...
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