Kasparov Discusses Bid for President in Russia

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Gary Kasparov, the former world chess champion who is running for president of Russia, talks about the difficulties of an opposition campaign. The odds are that he will not win, but he says he will remain in the game. President Vladimir Putin, who cannot run again, has already used his power to pick a successor. Kasparov speaks with Deborah Amos



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