Kerry Strong, But Not Invulnerable
Faith in his electability and respect for his experience have helped make Sen. John Kerry the frontrunner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. Still, Kerry's perceived patrician coldness and his wealthy background could prove a liability. Rival Sen. John Edwards, who cultivates a down-home persona, may pose the biggest threat. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and Andrew Miga of the Boston Herald.
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