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Dean, Nader Debate Role of Third Parties

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Dean, Nader Debate Role of Third Parties

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Dean, Nader Debate Role of Third Parties

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Ralph Nader and Howard Dean at the Justice Talking debate sponsored by NPR, July 9, 2004. Kyle Cassidy, Annenberg School of Communications hide caption

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Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader and Howard Dean, the ex-governor of Vermont and former Democratic presidential candidate, debate the role of third parties in U.S. elections. Dean argues that Nader's candidacy could help re-elect President Bush in November. Nader says both parties are too beholden to corporate interests. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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