Election Over, Debate over Morals Persists Following the concession speech of Sen. John Kerry, analysts discuss the role of morals -- and discussions of morals -- in the 2004 presidential election. Hear NPR's Neal Conan.
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Election Over, Debate over Morals Persists

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Election Over, Debate over Morals Persists

Election Over, Debate over Morals Persists

Election Over, Debate over Morals Persists

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Following the concession speech of Sen. John Kerry, analysts discuss the role of morals — and discussions of morals — in the 2004 presidential election. Hear NPR's Neal Conan.