Howard Dean Shares Plan To Unite Dems

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Howard Dean

Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Howard Dean speaks during the DNC's fall meeting November 30, 2007 in Vienna, Virginia. Getty Images hide caption

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Months after Sen. Barack Obama seemed to secure the Democratic nomination, supporters of the candidate and those of former rival Sen. Hillary Clinton have yet to make peace. Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean discusses contention within his party and explains ways he is working to resolve it.

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