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NPR's Rob Gifford reports from Islamabad on the political juggling act undertaken by Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf. Between proposed constitutional change and an increasingly vocal middle class and religious leaders, plus bowing to U.S. demands on Kashmir, Musharraf remains embattled on many fronts.

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