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Kerry, Edwards Woo N.Y. Democrats

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Kerry, Edwards Woo N.Y. Democrats

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Sen. John Edwards insists he is the Democratic candidate best equipped to be the party's standard-bearer, as he makes an overt appeal to the supporters of Howard Dean and Ralph Nader. Democratic frontrunner John Kerry has all but ignored Edwards and mocked President Bush for "running away from his own record" on the economy and jobs. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.

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