Kerry Focuses on Economy In Atlantic City, N.J., Democrat John Kerry began a series of campaign speeches that will focus on the economic difficulties facing middle-income Americans. Kerry called the federal budget deficit "reckless" and accused the Bush administration of saddling future generations with debt to pay for tax cuts for the rich. President Bush, meanwhile, said his economic stimulus program was working. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.
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Kerry Turns Campaign Focus to Economy, Middle Class

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Kerry Turns Campaign Focus to Economy, Middle Class

Kerry Turns Campaign Focus to Economy, Middle Class

Kerry Turns Campaign Focus to Economy, Middle Class

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In Atlantic City, N.J., Democrat John Kerry began a series of campaign speeches that will focus on the economic difficulties facing middle-income Americans. Kerry called the federal budget deficit "reckless" and accused the Bush administration of saddling future generations with debt to pay for tax cuts for the rich. President Bush, meanwhile, said his economic stimulus program was working. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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