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Democrats Talk Strategy, Jobs in Debate

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Democrats Talk Strategy, Jobs in Debate

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Democrats Talk Strategy, Jobs in Debate

Democrats Talk Strategy, Jobs in Debate

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Sen. John Kerry attempts to defuse his remarks about the South's impact on presidential races as the Democratic presidential hopefuls meet in South Carolina for a debate leading up to the state's Feb. 3 primary. The debate focused on job creation and the economy, as well as President Bush's efforts to combat terrorism. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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