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Dean Chair Leaves on Eve of Primary

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Dean Chair Leaves on Eve of Primary

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Dean Chair Leaves on Eve of Primary

Dean Chair Leaves on Eve of Primary

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Howard Dean says he can still win Tuesday's Wisconsin primary, despite lagging in the most recent polls. With the primary a day away, Dean has been forced to endure some turbulence in his own campaign — including the exit of his chairman, who had aired plans for quitting the race. Hear NPR's Michelle Norris and NPR's Robert Smith.

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