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Andy Zelleke and Robert Dujarric

The success of that surge

By Andy Zelleke and Robert Dujarric
July 31, 2008

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A CONVENTIONAL wisdom has emerged that, whatever one thinks about the war more broadly, the American troop "surge" in Iraq was an unequivocal success. John McCain is hotly challenging Barack Obama's claim to good judgment, citing the Illinois senator's earlier opposition to the surge and his continuing refusal to admit he was wrong. (Full article: 677 words)

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