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Dean, Kerry Fight for New Hampshire

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Dean, Kerry Fight for New Hampshire

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Dean, Kerry Fight for New Hampshire

Dean, Kerry Fight for New Hampshire

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Ten weeks before the first presidential primary in New Hampshire, two Democratic presidential hopefuls — former Vermont governor Howard Dean and Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts — are locked in a fight for supremacy. As Dean jumps into a double-digit lead in the polls, Kerry fights to revitalize his campaign. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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