Dean: Third-Place Finish a 'Relief'

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Former Vermont governor Howard Dean places third in Monday's Iowa caucuses, despite enjoying frontrunner status in the state for months. Dean says his Iowa finish takes the pressure off his campaign, adding that he is now focused solely on next week's New Hampshire primary. Hear Dean and NPR's Bob Edwards.



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