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In his opening night address to the Democratic National Convention, former President Bill Clinton (search) slammed President Bush’s handling of the economy.

Does candidate John Kerry have a better plan? We’ll ask Sens. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., and John Breaux, D-La.

How helpful is Hillary Clinton to John Kerry? Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., joins the debate.

Plus, is Teresa Heinz Kerry doing a better job promoting her husband than he is at promoting himself? We’ll get a read from Stephen Hess, presidential historian and a member of the Brookings Institute.

We know what the Democratic delegates want to see come November, but what does corporate America want out of this election? Neil hosts a roundtable discussion with a cross section of some of the biggest and brightest in the business world: Terry McGraw, chairman and CEO of the McGraw-Hill Companies; Rob Glaser, chief executive of Real Networks, and Jack Welch, former chairman of General Electric.

Wall Street was cheered by signs Americans are more upbeat as consumer confidence hits its highest level in two years. Will this shake the market out of its slump? We’ll take the market’s temperature with Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Jefferies and Company, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will be a key star at the Republican National Convention next month. Does that worry Phil Angelides, John Kerry’s California campaign chairman? We’ll ask him.

Plus, would unions be better off if John Kerry loses this election? We’ll ask Linda Chavez, author of "Betrayal, How Union Bosses Shake Down Their Members and Corrupt American Politics."

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