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Bowing out

Losses in Dixie spur Clark to abandon quest

By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / February 11, 2004

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MEMPHIS -- Retired Army General Wesley K. Clark, who was swept by a grass-roots effort into the Democratic presidential race, bowed out last night after failing to win in Tennessee, where he campaigned for a week in search the second win of his brief political career. Clark was expected to make his concession speech today in Little Rock, his hometown. (Full Article: 506 Words)

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