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Barack Obama stepped out of the worst weeks of his campaign yesterday and turned in a big win in North Carolina.

Hillary Clinton took those same weeks, and a stretch of high Clinton camp spirits, and turned in a squeaker victory — a two-point win — in Indiana.

Everybody's vowing to battle on, but the raw numbers get harder, faster for Clinton now. In delegates. In dollars. But she looks determined.

This hour, On Point: after Indiana and North Carolina, we ask top players from both camps — and you — when and how the Democrats should finally decide.Guests:

Liz Halloran, senior political writer for US News & World Report

Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Democratic Congresswoman from Ohio and a supporter of Hillary Clinton

Joe Andrew, former Democratic National Committee chairman from Indiana and a supporter of Barack Obama

Gov. Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania, a supporter of Hillary Clinton

Jack Beatty, On Point news analyst and senior editor at The Atlantic Monthly.

This program aired on May 7, 2008.

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