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Sarah Palin stepped down yesterday as Alaska governor to write a book and build a right-of-centre coalition, but she left her long-term political plans unclear and refused to address speculation she would seek a 2012 presidential bid.

As a private citizen she'll speak on Aug. 8 at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California. She also wants to campaign for political candidates from coast to coast, and to speak her mind on the networking site Twitter.

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