As Americans turn out for caucuses and primaries in 24 states, Super Tuesday has the rapt attention of people with no direct role to play. Will America choose a black man or a woman? Will the world's most powerful country be led by a businessman, a military veteran or a former preacher? On Reporter's Notebook, what kind of person wants to face the rigors of a modern presidential campaign?

Satellites, cable TV and other communications technologies have made America’s presidential process more accessible than ever before. And this year, the rest of the world is watching.

Guests:

- Duncan Campbell: Senior Correspondent, "The Guardian"
- Alexander Schwabe: Editor, Spiegel Online
- Viktor Kremenyuk: Deputy Director, Institute of the USA and Canada's Russian Academy of Sciences
- Shlomo Avineri: Professor of Political Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Gailane Gabr: Egyptian political analyst; Columnist, Egypt Today
- Denise Dresser: Professor of Political Science at ITAM
- Francois Gouahinga: Editor of the French All Africa website

Hosted by award-winning journalist Warren Olney, "To the Point" presents informative and thought-provoking discussion of major news stories — front-page issues that attract a savvy and serious news audience.

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