Iraq Veterans Speak Out On Both Sides of War
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Iraq Veterans Speak Out On Both Sides of War

The parking lot of the National Labor College in Silver Spring, Md. was a crossroads of discontent Friday. Soldiers and veterans for and against the Iraq war had something to say about testimony offered during a hearing sponsored by Iraq Veterans Against the War. Video by Hamil Harris/The Washington Post, Editor: Jacqueline Refo/washingtonpost.com

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