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Kerry Hones Media Strategy

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Kerry Hones Media Strategy

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Sen. John Kerry's clinching of the Democratic nomination for president may also serve to put him out of the public mind until election time. Political observers say that with competitive primaries remaining, Kerry will have to work harder to stay in the public eye from now until the national convention in late July. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.

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