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Remarkable Comebacks in New Hampshire

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Remarkable Comebacks in New Hampshire

Remarkable Comebacks in New Hampshire

Remarkable Comebacks in New Hampshire

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Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (left) and Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton (right) AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sens. Hillary Clinton and John McCain scored come-from-behind victories in yesterday's New Hampshire primary.

Farai Chideya talks about what's ahead in this presidential horse race with political analysts Melissa Harris Lacewell — a political science and African-American studies professor at Princeton University — and Michael Dawson, a political science professor at the University of Chicago.

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