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More Newspapers Across The Country Call For End To Occupation Of Iraq

Via The Huffington Post: A growing number of newspapers across the country are calling for the Bush Administration to begin withdrawing U.S. troops f

Via The Huffington Post:

A growing number of newspapers across the country are calling for the Bush Administration to begin withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq.

Among them are newspapers from red states, including several (such as the Roanoke Times in Virginia and The Olympian in Washington state) that circulate in areas with large concentrations of military families.

Seattle Times (Wash.), July 17, 2007

Philadelphia Inquirer (Penn.), July 15, 2007

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Penn.), July 15, 2007

Detroit Free-Press (Mich.), July 13, 2007

Wichita Eagle (Kan.), July 12, 2007

Boston Globe (Mass.), July 10, 2007

Tuscaloosa News (Ala.), July 8, 2007

New York Times (N.Y.), July 8, 2007

The Olympian (Wash.), July 4, 2007

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Penn.), June 26, 2007

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), May 6, 2007

Roanoke Times (Va.), May 6, 2007

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas), May 1, 2007

Portland Press-Herald (Maine), April 29, 2007

San Jose Mercury News (Calif.), April 12, 2007

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio), March 16, 2007

Baltimore Sun (Md.)

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