S. Carolina Primary Awaits New Hampshire Survivors

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One week after Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, Democratic presidential hopefuls head to South Carolina, where jobs and the economy loom as major issues and the African-American vote is significant. Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina — born in Seneca, S.C. — hopes for a momentum-building win. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and College of Charleston Political Science professor Bill Moore.



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