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Democrats Eye General in 'Draft Clark' Bid

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Democrats Eye General in 'Draft Clark' Bid

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Democrats Eye General in 'Draft Clark' Bid

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A groundswell of voters dissatisfied with the Democrats in the White House race are pressing retired Gen. Wesley Clark to run. The four-star general, a NATO commander in Kosovo, has made numerous public appearances, but has not yet said if he intends to run. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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