Democrats Clash on Taxes in Iowa Radio Debate

Democratic presidential hopefuls clash on tax cuts and how to defeat President Bush as they take part in the first radio-only presidential debate since 1948. The NPR-sponsored debate in Des Moines, Iowa, takes place less than two weeks before that state's caucuses. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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