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Analysis: Kerry, Edwards Main Contenders

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Analysis: Kerry, Edwards Main Contenders

Analysis: Kerry, Edwards Main Contenders

Analysis: Kerry, Edwards Main Contenders

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Sen. John Kerry wins Missouri, and Sen. John Edwards takes the South Carolina primary. NPR's Melissa Block speaks with political columnists E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and David Brooks of The New York Times. Dionne says Edwards is feeling out how to contest the front-runner status of Kerry.

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