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Bush, Kerry Set to Debate Domestic Policy Issues

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Bush, Kerry Set to Debate Domestic Policy Issues

Bush, Kerry Set to Debate Domestic Policy Issues

Bush, Kerry Set to Debate Domestic Policy Issues

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With most polls showing the race a dead heat, President Bush and Sen. John Kerry meet Wednesday at Arizona State University in Tempe. Their third and final debate will focus on domestic issues. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Juan Williams.

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