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Anti-War Protesters: U.S. Eager for Iraqi Oil

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Anti-War Protesters: U.S. Eager for Iraqi Oil

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Anti-War Protesters: U.S. Eager for Iraqi Oil

Anti-War Protesters: U.S. Eager for Iraqi Oil

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Anti-war demonstrators say the Bush administration's push for war is motivated by a desire to take control of Iraq's oil reserves. The White House denies the allegations, saying disarming Saddam Hussein and taming a terrorist threat are its only goals. NPR's John Ydstie reports.

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