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Iowa's GOP Looks for Consensus on Values

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Iowa's GOP Looks for Consensus on Values

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Iowa's GOP Looks for Consensus on Values

Iowa's GOP Looks for Consensus on Values

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Iowa's Republicans have factions, like everywhere else. Right now, what unites them is a deep foreboding about their party's chances in Iowa in 2008. But there are different kinds of Iowa Republicans. One thing they differ on is how to proceed in Iraq.

A new Pew Research poll for shows 53 percent of Americans want the U.S. to start bringing its troops home now. That has cast a pall over the GOP in other states that vote early in 2008.