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Dean Shakes Up Campaign Team

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Dean Shakes Up Campaign Team

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Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean hires Washington veteran Roy Neel to run his campaign, a day after Dean lost to Sen. John Kerry in New Hampshire by 13 points. Dean campaign manager Joe Trippi, credited with using the Internet to bring the former Vermont governor into contention, has resigned. Hear NPR's Michele Norris and NPR's Robert Smith.

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