Kerry Discusses Military Policy at Navy Museum Stop

Standing near a Navy battleship at the service's history museum in Norfolk, Va., Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry delivers a speech designed to accentuate his differences with President Bush in both biography and policy. The former Navy lieutenant also discussed his plan to protect and provide for U.S. troops. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.



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