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Top S.C. Politicians Weigh 2008 Race, Local Issues

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Top S.C. Politicians Weigh 2008 Race, Local Issues

Top S.C. Politicians Weigh 2008 Race, Local Issues

Top S.C. Politicians Weigh 2008 Race, Local Issues

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Farai Chideya talks to key South Carolina political figures about the local economy, the state's public schools, and a controversial statue outside the statehouse.

Joining in are Jim Hodges, the state's former governor; Bob Coble, mayor of Columbia, S.C.; and Thad Viers, who represents South Carolina's 68th District in the state's House of Representatives.

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