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Soldiers Who Questioned U.S. Policy Die in Iraq

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Soldiers Who Questioned U.S. Policy Die in Iraq

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Soldiers Who Questioned U.S. Policy Die in Iraq

Soldiers Who Questioned U.S. Policy Die in Iraq

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Seven U.S. soldiers co-wrote a New York Times op-ed in August expressing dismay about U.S. Iraq policy, while affirming their commitment as soldiers. Two sergeants who helped write the editorial were killed recently in Iraq, along with five other soldiers. Fred Kaplan with the online magazine Slate speaks with Madeleine Brand about the deaths and their op-ed.

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