Hearing Voices: Opinions on the War in Iraq

As part of the Hearing Voices project, Day to Day presents a collection of voices from citizens throughout the United States sharing their views on the ongoing war effort in Iraq.

The speakers, in order of their voices, are:

George Ferrell, Valentine, Neb.

Jake Spencer, Fort Dodge, Iowa

Shane Ogenson, Afton, Wyo.

Bernadette Smith, Chief Plenty Coups State Park, Mont.

Becky Morton recorded in Independence, Iowa

Jake Spencer, Fort Dodge, Iowa

George Red Star, Wounded Knee, S.D.

Jake Murphy, Blue Earth, Mont.

Michael Humphries, on the Ohio Turnpike

Bernadette Smith, Chief Plenty Coups State Park, Mont.

John Helmstead, Praire du Chien, Wis.

John Perry Barlow, Pinedale, Wyo.

Carrie Dann, Cresent Valley, Nev.

Mike Rutledge, Grand Canyon, Nev.

Anandi Renaud, Cody, Wyo.

Mike Rutledge, Grand Canyon, Nev.

Ed Epperson, Gettysburg National Park, Penn.

Garrett McConnell, Brooklyn Heights, N.Y.

Lupe Porras, Bristle Comb Pine Forest, Calif.

Jennie Hanson, Afton, Wyo.

Mike Rutledge, Grand Canyon, Nev.

George Ferrell, Valentine, Neb.

Howard Hickson, Ozarks, Ark.

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