Democrats Bristle at Nader's White House Run

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Consumer advocate Ralph Nader's decision to run as an independent presidential candidate stirs consternation among Democrats hoping to unseat President Bush in November. Many Democrats blame Nader for siphoning votes away from Al Gore in the 2000 election and helping to send Bush to the White House. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR News Analyst Cokie Roberts.

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