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New Hampshire moments | James Carville

The Comeback Kid

By James Carville
December 16, 2007

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THE 1992 Democratic New Hampshire primary was truly unique in recent presidential politics. It was the only time in a recent presidential nominating process that Iowa was not contested. The New Hampshire primary became the voters' first verdict on the candidates. As some old salts will recall, Tom Harkin, the popular Democratic senator from Iowa, was a candidate and the ... (Full article: 846 words)

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