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Iowa Race Tightens as Caucuses Near

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Iowa Race Tightens as Caucuses Near

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Iowa Race Tightens as Caucuses Near

Iowa Race Tightens as Caucuses Near

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Monday's Iowa caucuses could produce the largest turnout in their history. Polls indicate a potential four-way race involving former Vermont governor Howard Dean, Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, Rep. Richard Gephardt of Missouri and Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina. Hear NPR's Susan Stamberg and NPR's Mara Liasson.

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