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Friday, January 13, 2006 

Al Sharpton Running In '08?

Al Sharpton swings through New Hampshire, early presidential primary state

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) _ He's spent time in New Hampshire, but former Democratic presidential candidate Al Sharpton won't say if he'll run again in 2008.

The minister and civil rights activist avoided party politics during a high school assembly to honor the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior. He encouraged students to further King's legacy of nonviolent activism.

But later in Hanover, speaking to Dartmouth College Democrats, Sharpton's remarks turned political. Sharpton criticized the administration for its response to Hurricane Katrina and domestic spying.

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