Analysis: Democrats' Media Messages
The leading Democratic presidential candidates rely on their personal experiences to market themselves in political ads meant to bolster their stadings in Tuesday's 10-state showdown. Sen. John Edwards uses his early days in a mill town to stress his commitment to economic issues. Sen. John Kerry relies on his record in Vietnam to show voters he can be trusted to help them on key issues such as health care and education. NPR's John McChesney reports.
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