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Iraq By The Numbers: Key Figures In The War: 08/01/2008

- The Associated Press

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Iraq By The Numbers: Key Figures Since The War Began In 2003: 05/02/2008

- The Associated Press

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Peace March Organizers Detail Iraq War's Toll On Western Massachusetts' Communities: 04/21/2008

Ken Ross - The Republican

WESTFIELD - The war in Iraq has cost this country more than several thousand lives, according to organizers of a peace march that took place from Westfield to Holyoke today. ??It has cost the country billions of dollars that could have been spent on services like health care and education ...


Professor Sees Ways To Improve Tax Relief: 04/16/2008

- Daily Hampshire Gazette

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Record Numbers Of Americans Rely On Food Stamps: 04/11/2008

- People's World

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A Look At The Estimated Costs Of War: 04/07/2008

- The Associated Press

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Osba Legislation News: 03/24/2008

- Ohio State Bar Association

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Five Years Of War: Billions Squandered, Opportunities Lost: 03/18/2008

Greg Speeter - The Huffington Post

At the fifth anniversary of the Iraq War, it's fitting to take stock: What has the war cost your community? Of course there is no greater cost than the hundreds of thousands of lives lost in this unnecessary and tragic war. But the dollar cost has other enormous human consequences ...


Upi Newstrack Topnews: Drop In Us Army Recruits With Diplomas: 01/23/2008

- United Press International

WASHINGTON, Jan. 23 (UPI) -- The number of recruits entering the U.S. Army with high school diplomas hit a new low last year, a research group reported. From its Massachusetts headquarters, the National Priorities Project said the number of high school graduates among new recruits fell from 83.5 percent in ...


Us Hopes Jobs Dim Allure Of Iraq's Militant Groups: 01/03/2008

Elena Becatoros - The Seattle Times

HUDA, Iraq — Children skip across a stream of raw sewage on a side road, trash piles up in a dusty lot and there are few desks — and even fewer chairs — in the village school's dark, cold classrooms. On the main street, fruits and vegetables are displayed for ...