Political Rhetoric and Baseball at Fenway Park

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Sunday night at Boston's Fenway Park, Sen. John Kerry stayed neutral when confronted with such burning national issues as whether Pete Rose should be admitted to the baseball Hall of Fame, and if both baseball leagues should adopt the designated hitter. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with linguistics professor George Lakoff about rhetoric.

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