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Kerry Defends Clarke

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Kerry Defends Clarke

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Sen. John Kerry, campaigning in Missouri, calls for the Bush administration to stop attacks on former Bush adviser Richard Clarke. In a new book and during recent testimony at the hearings of the Sept. 11 commission, Clarke said the Bush administration focused on Iraq at the expense of the war on terrorism. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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