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Peace Groups Plan Anti-War Demonstrations

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Peace Groups Plan Anti-War Demonstrations

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Peace Groups Plan Anti-War Demonstrations

Peace Groups Plan Anti-War Demonstrations

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In the United States, peace groups mobilize forces for massive protests in anticipation of a possible U.S.-led attack on Iraq. Anti-war organizations in major cities say they have detailed logistical plans to take to the streets and shut down traffic on the day of any invasion. NPR's Robert Smith reports.

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