Best of the War Blogs

Hamilton, Anita
April 2003
Time International (South Pacific Edition);4/7/2003, Issue 13, p63
The article presents information on various war-related weblogs or war blogs that have become very popular since the beginning of Iraq war. The blogs focuses on perspectives that are often neglected in most U.S. news reports. These informal texts include firsthand accounts from soldiers, stateside armchair pundits and also anonymous persons.


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