Iowa Not Primaries' End, But You Can See It From Here

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Iowa's 2012 presidential Caucuses are now just 11 weeks away. We may not be in the home stretch just yet, but you can feel it coming as the candidates chase after voters with increasing urgency. Host Scott Simon talks with NPR National Political Correspondent Don Gonyea, who's been in Iowa this past week, about the view of the 2012 race from the first-in-the-nation caucus state.
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