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Moment of Truth in New Hampshire

In the final hours leading up to the Jan. 8 New Hampshire primary, presidential candidates appeal to N.H. voters for their support. At the end of the night, Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) defeated his Republican rivals, while Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) beat Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) in a close Democratic race.

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