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Clinton toughens stance on Bush war plan

Urges more troops for Afghanistan, but a cap in Iraq

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana arrived at a news conference in Washington yesterday, where Clinton said she opposes President Bush's plan for an increase in troops in Iraq. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana arrived at a news conference in Washington yesterday, where Clinton said she opposes President Bush's plan for an increase in troops in Iraq. (Brendan Smialowski/Bloomberg)
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / January 18, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton , under fire from antiwar activists and confronting a charismatic antiwar rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, yesterday sharply increased her criticism of President Bush's war policies, calling for a congressionally mandated cap on the number of troops in Iraq and an increase in forces in Afghanistan. (Full article: 972 words)

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