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Democrats Spar over Tax Cuts in Radio Debate

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Democrats Spar over Tax Cuts in Radio Debate

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Democrats Spar over Tax Cuts in Radio Debate

Democrats Spar over Tax Cuts in Radio Debate

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Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry attacks Rep. Richard Gephardt of Missouri and former Vermont governor Howard Dean over their stance on tax cuts for the middle class. The clash occurred during a radio-only debate among six of the nine Democratic presidential candidates hosted by NPR in Des Moines, Iowa. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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