Candidates Trade Charges on Iraq Policy

President Bush and Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry interrupt their preparations for Thursday's debate to talk to voters. While Kerry spoke in Spring Green, Wis., and the president in Springfield Ohio, they both claimed to have a better plan for Iraq. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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