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Commentary: Presidential Politics

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Commentary: Presidential Politics

Commentary: Presidential Politics

Commentary: Presidential Politics

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Senior news analyst NPR's Daniel Schorr says many voters chose to support Sen. John Kerry in Tuesday's primaries for reasons having more to do with his "winnability" than his stance on the issues — but that those reasons may change in the months leading up to the election.

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