Dean Quits Race, Pledges Involvement

Howard Dean says he is no longer actively pursuing the presidency, but vows to remain a force in the nomination process. Although he failed to win any primaries or caucuses, Dean is credited with helping to shape the Democratic race to take on George W. Bush. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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