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Steve Inskeep talks with Andrew Smith, a political scientist at University of New Hampshire, about the New Hampshire primary and how the Republican race at this point compares to 2007. Smith says none of the current candidates are doing what John McCain did to come back from the dead and win New Hampshire — instead, they appear to have ceded to Mitt Romney early in the game.
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