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National Perspective

Decision against war could also backfire

A man carried antiwar signs outside an appearance by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in Keene, N.H., on Sunday. A man carried antiwar signs outside an appearance by Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in Keene, N.H., on Sunday. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)
By Peter Canellos
Globe Columnist / February 13, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- When Hillary Rodham Clinton declared in New Hampshire last weekend that she had merely voted to give President Bush "the authority to send inspectors back in to determine the truth" in Iraq, and not "to authorize preemptive war," she was putting her own generous spin on a resolution that was unambiguous in granting the power to go to ... (Full article: 751 words)

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