Kerry's Rivals Weigh Future in Race
As Sen. John Kerry continues to rack up wins, his four remaining rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination weigh how long they will stay in the race. Democratic Party insiders say the results of the March 2 contests in 10 states are likely to put pressure on candidates to quit, as the party seeks to finalize its nomination. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.
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