In Election Year, Cheney Resurfaces

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After a long absence from public view, Vice President Dick Cheney raises his visibility with more interviews to reporters, appearances at Republican campaign events and the World Economic Forum, and an audience with Pope John Paul II. Analysts say Cheney's higher profile is part of an effort to improve his image with voters. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and political analysts Frank Donatelli and Paul Light.

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