Clark Looks for Win in Tenn. Retired general Wesley Clark campaigns in Tennessee ahead of Tuesday's primary, looking for a critical second win in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Clark draws distinctions between himself and senators John Edwards and John Kerry, saying his tax plan offers middle-class families more benefit than those of his rivals. Hear NPR's Greg Allen.
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Clark Looks for Win in Tennessee

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Clark Looks for Win in Tennessee

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Clark Looks for Win in Tennessee

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Retired general Wesley Clark campaigns in Tennessee ahead of Tuesday's primary, looking for a critical second win in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Clark draws distinctions between himself and senators John Edwards and John Kerry, saying his tax plan offers middle-class families more benefit than those of his rivals. Hear NPR's Greg Allen.

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