Republican party leaders from around the country are finishing up a three-day meeting in Williamsburg, Virginia today. The party's unity is undercut by a series of disputes over what to do in Kosovo, and over how to attract minority and moderate voters while holding onto a conversative base. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.
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