Why the Antiwar Movement Can't Budge the Dems to Leave Iraq

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Article is excerpted from David Sirota's book 'The Uprising.' It details how consultants with close ties to Congress play roles in Democratic congressional votes on war funding. It lists names and quotes leaders. And the war goes on.

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