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Obama's antiwar message receives cheers in Nashua, Durham

3,000 crowd UNH gymnasium

Barack Obama also cautioned yesterday against a US intervention in Iran and defended his lack of experience, calling it an asset. Barack Obama also cautioned yesterday against a US intervention in Iran and defended his lack of experience, calling it an asset. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / February 13, 2007

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DURHAM, N.H. -- Senator Barack Obama of Illinois brought a strong antiwar message yesterday to New Hampshire, winning enthusiastic applause from audiences in Nashua and Durham who said they were tired of the unpopular war and eager to find a candidate who would get the country out of it. (Full article: 630 words)

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