Focus on Clark as Democratic Candidates Debate

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As the 10 Democratic presidential hopefuls meet in New York for a televised debate, the spotlight is on newly declared candidate retired Gen. Wesley Clark. Clark, who declared his party affiliation a few weeks ago, defends his Democratic credentials, pronouncing himself pro-choice, pro-environment and pro-affirmative action. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.



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