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Antiwar challengers across US get a vote of confidence

By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / August 9, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- In October 2002, lawmakers in Congress were presented with a preelection test about where they stood on Iraq, and most answered it by siding with President Bush, voting to authorize his use of force against Saddam Hussein and promising an anxious electorate that they would be protected against a potential threat from Iraq. (Full article: 902 words)

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