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GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush

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GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush

GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush

GOP Attacks on Dean Could Backfire on Bush

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NPR's Mike Pesca reports on how Republican attacks on Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean have hurt the former Vermont governor's chances to win the Democratic presidential nomination — and how that strategy could eventually backfire and harm President Bush's re-election chances.

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