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Democrats in S.C. urge unity, laud King

Observe his holiday before Sat. primary

Senators Barack Obama of Illinois and Hillary Clinton of New York shared a light moment while former senator John Edwards of North Carolina looked on during an NAACP rally to mark Martin Luther King Day in Columbia, S.C. Senators Barack Obama of Illinois and Hillary Clinton of New York shared a light moment while former senator John Edwards of North Carolina looked on during an NAACP rally to mark Martin Luther King Day in Columbia, S.C. (EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)
By Scott Helman
Globe Staff / January 22, 2008

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COLUMBIA, S.C. - Past, present, and future collided yesterday as the leading Democratic presidential candidates observed the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a state where black voters could hold the key to winning Saturday's primary. (Full article: 555 words)

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