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Iowa Holds First-In-Nation Presidential Contest

NPR's Don Gonyea and Ari Shapiro have been traveling through Iowa these last few days and weeks. They join Robert Siegel to talk about Tuesday's caucus vote.
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How Do The Iowa Caucuses Work?

Iowans are preparing to participate in the state's first-in-nation presidential contest. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins Robert Siegel to talk about Tuesday's Iowa caucuses — how they work and what they might mean.
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Presidential Election Of 1912 Saw Viable Third Party

Robert Siegel talks with Sidney Milkis, author of Theodore Roosevelt, the Progressive Party, and the Transformation of American Democracy, about the U.S. presidential election of 1912 — when there was a viable third party on the ballot: the Bull Moose Party.
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In Final Pitch To Iowa Voters, Gingrich Stresses Experience

In a last-minute pitch he hoped would make inroads with voters concerned about electability, Gingrich waxed nostalgic about Ronald Reagan and derided Washington as "cloud cuckoo land."

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