Democrats Avoid Attack Ads in New Hampshire

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Some candidates paid a price in Iowa for going negative. So the five leading Democrats in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary are treading softly on the airwaves. Their ads target the president, not each other. NPR's John McChesney reports.

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