TITLE

Political figures support end to U.S. occupation in Iraq

PUB. DATE
March 2004
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;3/25/2004, Vol. 95 Issue 13, p16
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As people gathered around the globe to protest the U.S. military occupation of Iraq, presidential hopeful Rep. Dennis Kucinich joined New York City, New York, political leaders and, according to the mardi sponsor United for Peace and Justice, 100,000 protesters on the streets of the city. It's not just the loss of life, which is devastating to the families and to the nation, or the injured that will continue to haunt families for their entire lives. As people of the U.S. see more money going to Iraq, more children are getting asthma, more children are going homeless, more of our schools are getting crowded.
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12651535

 

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