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Opponents of War Still Feel White House Chill

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Opponents of War Still Feel White House Chill

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Opponents of War Still Feel White House Chill

Opponents of War Still Feel White House Chill

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With Saddam Hussein's regime out of power, many countries that opposed the U.S.-led war in Iraq are trying to mend diplomatic fences with the United States. But some nations, including France and Chile, are still getting the cold shoulder from the White House. Some analysts express surprise at the Bush administration's "vindictiveness." Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.

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