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PUSHING AGENDA

Citing unity, Sharpton vows to back Kerry

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / March 16, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Al Sharpton yesterday conceded the Democratic presidential nomination to John F. Kerry, and while lauding the Massachusetts senator and vowing to support his candidacy, said he would continue to campaign for convention delegates to push an urban political agenda. (Full Article: 424 Words)

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