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John Edwards launches presidential campaign in Chapel Hill 

"America needs to be patriotic about something besides the war," said presidential candidate John Edwards, who launched his campaign in Chapel Hill's Southern Village neighborhood. Thousands of supporters turned out for the Dec. 30 rally, where Edwards announced his presidential platform, including reducing the number of U.S. troops in Iraq, fighting poverty and establishing universal health care for all Americans.

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Click to watch a slideshow of John Edwards' homecoming rally in Chapel Hill Saturday, Dec 30., 2006. (Note: There is no sound.)

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