Democrats Talk Strategy, Jobs in Debate

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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