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Jeff Jacoby

The consequences of quitting Iraq

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / July 18, 2007

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LOUDER, more insistently, the drums are beating for an American retreat from Iraq. No longer is declaring the war unwinnable and leaving Iraqis to sort out their own problems a prescription taken seriously only on the antiwar fringe. Back in November 2005, when Representative John Murtha's call for an immediate withdrawal of US troops was put to a vote, the ... (Full article: 782 words)

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