U.S. debate showcases two styles of leadership

The candidates for U.S. president were a study in contrasts at their first debate Friday. True to their trademarks, Sen. John McCain came off as action-oriented and impulsive, while Sen. Barack Obama seemed studious and detached. Why, then, were they displaying just the opposite traits at a White House summit the day before?

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