Iraq Debate Prompts Media-Bias Charges from Both Sides Protesters are expected this weekend in Washington, D.C., California and overseas for what's being billed as a last-chance effort to stop a war with Iraq. Anti-war protesters say their views aren't being covered in the news. But supporters of military action say the media is biased against President Bush. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.
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Iraq Debate Prompts Media-Bias Charges from Both Sides

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Iraq Debate Prompts Media-Bias Charges from Both Sides

Iraq Debate Prompts Media-Bias Charges from Both Sides

Iraq Debate Prompts Media-Bias Charges from Both Sides

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Protesters are expected this weekend in Washington, D.C., California and overseas for what's being billed as a last-chance effort to stop a war with Iraq. Anti-war protesters say their views aren't being covered in the news. But supporters of military action say the media is biased against President Bush. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.

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