Japanese Political Feud

NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Tokyo, where two of Japan's best-loved politicians are causing a stir. Some analysts are saying Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and foreign minister Makiko Tanaka's public feuding only means they are living up to expectations.

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