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Kerry Camp Shifts to Domestic Issues

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Kerry Camp Shifts to Domestic Issues

Kerry Camp Shifts to Domestic Issues

Kerry Camp Shifts to Domestic Issues

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After spending a month fending off attacks on his Vietnam War record, Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign is taking aim squarely at President Bush. The Kerry camp says it will now focus on domestic issues, particularly the ongoing weakness in the economy. Hear NPR's Scott Horsley.

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