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Democrats Attack Bush, Not Each Other
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Democrats Attack Bush, Not Each Other

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Democrats Attack Bush, Not Each Other

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In Thursday night's debate in New Hampshire, the seven Democratic presidential candidates eschew attacks on each other. Instead, they stress their ability to challenge President Bush in November, reserving their criticisms for the current administration's foreign and domestic policies. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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