Smolowe, Jill; Richardson, Shannon; Harrington, Maureen
August 2005
People;8/29/2005, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p86
Focuses on the case of Cindy Sheehan, who has been camped out two miles from the ranch of U.S. President George W. Bush in Crawford, Texas since August 6, 2005, as a part of a protest of the Iraq war. Review of how Sheehan is determined to confront the President over the war that claimed the life of her son, Casey, in April 2004; Public reaction to Sheehan's protest; Discussion of how Sheehan's husband recently filed for divorce; Review of Sheehan's protest has drawn some three-hundred antiwar supporters.


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