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Democrats struggle to find one voice on Iraq

See opportunity as Bush's polls fall

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / June 30, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- House and Senate Democrats, sensing an opportunity in President Bush's sagging poll numbers and an increasingly unpopular war, have held a series of long, closed-door meetings over the past several weeks to find a common position and a sharpened political message on the Iraq War. (Full article: 1292 words)

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