Edwards Upbeat on Chances in N. Hampshire

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Sen. John Edwards calls his surprising second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses a sign voters have embraced his "vision for change" in America and his rejection of negative campaigning. Iowa winner Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts is perceived to have an advantage in next Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, but Edwards believes his momentum will continue. Hear Sen. Edwards and NPR's Bob Edwards.



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