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Spain's Ruling Party Takes Hits for Pro-War Stance
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Spain's Ruling Party Takes Hits for Pro-War Stance

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Spain's Ruling Party Takes Hits for Pro-War Stance

Spain's Ruling Party Takes Hits for Pro-War Stance
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Spain's support for the war in Iraq comes at a heavy price for the party of its prime minister, Jose Maria Aznar. Party members report verbal and physical attacks, and more than 100 party offices around the country have been hit by anti-war vandalism attacks. Jerome Solovsky reports.

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