Japan Elections

In Japan, politicians have one last day to campaign before voters go to the polls to elect a new Parliament. The elections will help decide the political future of Prime Minister Hashimoto and Japan''s ruling party, their reputations tarnished by Asia''s economic crisis. NPR''s Julie McCarthy reports.



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