Retired Gen. Wesley Clark Wesley Clark recently joined the Democratic Party, and by the end of the summer he wants to be its nominee for president. The retired general and presidential hopeful joins Neal Conan for a conversation and takes your calls.

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Retired Gen. Wesley Clark
*Democratic candidate for president

Ken Rudin
*NPR's political editor

Andy Smith
*Director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center
*Pollster and a professor of political science
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Wesley Clark is positioning himself as the only Democratic candidate with the foreign policy experience to take on President Bush. The retired general and presidential hopeful joins NPR's Neal Conan for a conversation and takes your calls.