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Kerry Has Clinched It, But Kucinich Keeps Going

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Kerry Has Clinched It, But Kucinich Keeps Going

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Kerry Has Clinched It, But Kucinich Keeps Going

Kerry Has Clinched It, But Kucinich Keeps Going

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Sen. John Kerry has all but secured the Democratic Party's nomination for president, but rival U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio continues campaigning. Kucinich says he's staying in the race to keep certain issues alive within the party: universal health care, trade reform and the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. Kucinich speaks with NPR's Bob Edwards.

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