A Mother And the President

Ripley, Amanda; Bower, Amanda; Carney, James; Hylton, Hilary
August 2005
Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/22/2005, Issue 33, p16
This article presents information on the anti-war demonstration of Cindy Sheehan, mother of a soldier who was killed in Iraq, in Crawford, Texas. Sheehan protests against the war policy of George W. Bush, president of the United States, and demands for the comeback of the U.S. troops. She insists on a personal meeting with Bush to put her demand before him. Her demonstration is gradually gaining support of people.


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