Bluegrass Music and Blue-Collar Economics

After Ralph Stanley II and the Bluegrass Brothers finish up "Man of Constant Sorrrow," a blue-jeaned John Edwards talks about "economic fairness" at a town meeting in Conway, NH.

Sound Bite: "We should have a national capital fund to make money -- capital -- available to new businesses that will operate and start in smaller towns and smaller communities. Right now all the capital stays in big cities. We've got to get it out into the rural areas."