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W. Va. Primary: Analyzing Clinton's Speech

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W. Va. Primary: Analyzing Clinton's Speech

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W. Va. Primary: Analyzing Clinton's Speech

W. Va. Primary: Analyzing Clinton's Speech

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Sen. Hillary Clinton's victory speech in West Virginia makes it clear she's still in the race, but includes conciliatory language aimed at Sen. Barack Obama. The outcome may also show that Obama has work to do to win over white voters.

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