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President urges unity on Iraq

State of Union address offers healthcare, energy plans

By Susan Milligan and Rick Klein
Globe Staff / January 24, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush, seeking to sell a skeptical Congress and American public on the increasingly unpopular war in Iraq, warned in his State of the Union address last night that failure in Iraq would be "grievous and far-reaching," and pleaded with lawmakers to support him in a battle he described as central to quashing terrorism around the globe. (Full article: 1302 words)

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