Dean Faces Down Kerry's New Hampshire Win

A record 180,000 registered voters battled ice, wind and snow to cast a vote in New Hampshire's Democratic primary. And as predicted, Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry was the winner, with Howard Dean coming in a distant second. NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to Dean about where his campaign goes from here.

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