Kerry Replaces Campaign Manager

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Sen. John Kerry fires his campaign manager, Jim Jordan, in an effort to energize his run for the Democratic presidential nomination. The campaign's new manager is Mary Beth Cahill, who has worked for Sen. Edward Kennedy and the political group Emily's List. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.



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