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A concordance is the list of significant terms in a text along with the context in which those terms appear. The first major concordance for an English text was published in 1550 for the Bible. Later on concordances were created for the works of Shakespeare and other major authors. In 2016 WhoSaidSo Network applied the concept of concordance to the transcripts of the United States Presidential Debates. In the "WhoSaidSo.Org" website there are about 90 pages crafted in the style of a concordance that juxtapse views of differnt candidates on all campaign issues.

For example, hereunder, you find a segment of the Jan 2020 Democratic debate where the views of Biden , Sanders and Warren on economy are compared. Clicking the that precedes every statement takes you to the exact point in the debate.

on economy : I have support across the board, and I'm not worried about taking on Donald Trump at all. And with regard to the economy, I can hardly wait to have that debate with him. (Jan 14, 2020)

on economy : This is the moment when we have got to have the courage to take on the 1 percent, take on the greed and corruption of the corporate elite, and create an economy and create a government that works for all of us, not just the 1 percent. Thank you. (Jan 14, 2020)

on economy : And it's an investment in our teachers and in our economy. (Jan 14, 2020)


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