Edwards Seeks to Define Differences from Kerry

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The remaining Democratic presidential hopefuls debate in Los Angeles, ahead of contests in California and nine other states March 2. Sen. John Edwards seeks to distinguish himself from frontrunner Sen. John Kerry, pointing out their differences on free trade and capital punishment, and arguing he is more likely to win over conservative voters. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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