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In Maine, flags highlight town's divisions

Veterans, activists face off over display

By Donovan Slack and Megan Tench
Globe Staff / November 12, 2005

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WATERVILLE, Maine -- Twenty rows of small white flags stand on the grassy edge of Veterans Memorial Park in the middle of town, planted by peace activists in remembrance of US military deaths in Iraq. (Full article: 1150 words)

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