Edwards, Democrats Debate in Los Angeles

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Five days before 10 states — including New York and California — choose their presidential candidates on March 2, the Democratic presidential hopefuls meet for a debate in Los Angeles. Analysts say the debate represents Sen. John Edwards' best chance to spell out his differences with frontrunner Sen. John Kerry. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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