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Obama Speech Electrifies Supporters
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Obama Speech Electrifies Supporters

Election 2008

Obama Speech Electrifies Supporters

Obama Speech Electrifies Supporters
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Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama received 55 percent of the vote in Saturday's South Carolina primary. He followed up his victory with what may be considered one of his best speeches yet.

NPR news analyst Juan Williams talks to Liane Hansen about the significance of the speech and possible future strategies for Obama and his main rival, Hillary Clinton.

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