John Kerry's To-Do List

Create jobs, get tough with China, and redefine NAFTA are all high on the Democratic hopeful's agenda, as he explains here

Heading into a key Mar. 2 battle for the Democratic Presidential nomination, Massachusetts Senator John Kerry seems increasingly confident of his ability to weather the challenge from North Carolina's John Edwards. Now, Kerry is shifting his sights toward a showdown with President George W. Bush -- a battle many Democrats think will hinge on a debate over globalism's toll and the economy's achingly slow job growth.

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