Edwards Faces Uphill Battle Against Kerry The Democratic presidential race has evolved into what is essentially a two-man contest. But Sen. John Edwards faces nearly insurmountable odds in taking the nomination away from Sen. John Kerry. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Charles Cook, editor of the Cook Political Report.
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Edwards Faces Uphill Battle Against Kerry

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Edwards Faces Uphill Battle Against Kerry

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Edwards Faces Uphill Battle Against Kerry

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The Democratic presidential race has evolved into what is essentially a two-man contest. But Sen. John Edwards faces nearly insurmountable odds in taking the nomination away from Sen. John Kerry. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and Charles Cook, editor of the Cook Political Report.

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