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Hawks push deep cuts in forces in Iraq

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / November 22, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- A growing number of national security specialists who supported the toppling of Saddam Hussein are moving to a position unthinkable even a few months ago: that the large US military presence is impeding stability as much as contributing to it and that the United States should begin major reductions in troops beginning early next year. (Full article: 1221 words)

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