Democratic Hopefuls Target Bush, Clark

The nine Democratic presidential candidates debate in Phoenix. The candidates largely criticized President Bush. But the group also attacked retired Gen. Wesley Clark, the newest Democratic candidate, for his shifting positions on the war, and for his past support of Bush. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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