Retired Army General Wesley Clark says he will make a decision in the next week or two about the Democratic presidential race. If he enters the primaries, the former NATO commander would become the tenth Democratic candidate. Clark has been making speeches, traveling the country and working on his book, "Winning Modern Wars," to be released sometime this fall. Clark has said he`s considering the race, although he also says he`s not a member of a political party and not raising money. The Arkansas businessman has been talking about a possible candidacy for several months, and supporters have formed groups to encourage him to run.