2004, the Year of the 'Campaign Kid' The 2004 presidential election has become the year of the "campaign kid" -- it seems the children and grandchildren of every major candidate is on the stump. NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates takes a look at how families in the White House, and those who aspire to get there, are protecting their children from the pressure of press scrutiny.
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2004, the Year of the 'Campaign Kid'

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2004, the Year of the 'Campaign Kid'

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The 2004 presidential election has become the year of the "campaign kid" — it seems the children and grandchildren of every major candidate is on the stump. NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates takes a look at how families in the White House, and those who aspire to get there, are protecting their children from the pressure of press scrutiny.

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