Candidates Woo Voters with Books

Eight of the nine Democratic presidential candidates have recently written books — some memoirs, others policy outlines. Analysts say the books offer voters a closer look at the candidates. But publishers say few big sellers or classic reads are likely to emerge. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.

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