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Nader puts off Kerry on ending race

By Patrick Healy
Globe Staff / May 20, 2004

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Senator John F. Kerry tried to persuade presidential rival Ralph Nader to quit the race yesterday by pledging to fight for Nader's agenda, but Nader made clear he would continue to run and sought access to the candidates' debates this fall, according to Nader and aides to Kerry. (Full Article: 1247 Words)

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