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Kerry Jabs at Bush's Foreign Policy

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Kerry Jabs at Bush's Foreign Policy

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Kerry Jabs at Bush's Foreign Policy

Kerry Jabs at Bush's Foreign Policy

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In the first of several speeches attacking President Bush's national security policies, Sen. John Kerry accused the president of failing to create an adequate multinational coalition to support efforts in Iraq. But Kerry's criticisms seemed constrained to many, a fact that analysts attribute to Kerry's effort to win swing voters by avoiding a hard-line stance. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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