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Election: Big Picture

Fully three days after the presidential election, its outcome remains uncertain. Both campaigns are upping the stakes. Republicans are pointedly accusing the Democrat Al Gore of dragging the process through "endless" legal challenges, while the Democrats charge Republican George Bush of attempting to thwart the will of the people. None of this will make the job of governing easy. NPR's national political correspondent Elizabeth Arnold takes stock of today's harsh rhetoric and what it may mean for whoever ultimately wins the White House.

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