Clark Confident as Feb. 3 Contests Near

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Retired Gen. Wesley Clark says that, despite a third-place finish in New Hampshire, a state where he had focused much energy, he expects to finish strong in the seven states holding contests Feb. 3. Clark says he'll bring a "higher standard of leadership" to America, and criticizes President Bush for failing to plan for the post-war effort in Iraq. Hear Clark's interview with NPR's Bob Edwards.



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