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Rice lauds BC critics' right to speak

Defends Iraq policy on eve of address

By Catherine Elton
Globe Correspondent / May 22, 2006

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On the eve of her controversial commencement speech at Boston College, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice celebrated her critics' right to object to her presence. But she defended the Bush administration's actions in Iraq and challenged her critics' assertions that the Iraq war clashed with Catholic morals. (Full article: 535 words)

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