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Campaign Diary: Covering Joe Lieberman

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Campaign Diary: Covering Joe Lieberman

Campaign Diary: Covering Joe Lieberman

Campaign Diary: Covering Joe Lieberman

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Matthew Berger, a reporter for a Jewish news wire, talks about what Sen. Joe Lieberman's candidacy meant to the Jewish community —and what it's like to be a Jewish political reporter in a year when not only Lieberman but Wesley Clark — whose father was Jewish — vied for the presidential nomination.

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