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A surge without power in Iraq

December 21, 2006

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President Bush broached two policy changes yesterday in a news conference, both having to do with military force levels. His interest in sending between 15,000 and 30,000 more troops to Iraq reflects his unchanging refusal to confront the reality of conditions in Iraq. Meanwhile, his longer-term plan for expanding the permanent active-duty forces of the Army and Marines by 70,000 ... (Full article: 486 words)

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