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_creationDate2007-07-10 7:59:34 PM
_modificationDate2007-07-10 7:59:34 PM
_creatorYaron Koren
_fullText{{item |author=Rich Lowry |source=National Review |date=July 10, 2007 |url=http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZGFkMmY3ODQ5ZjE1YzAxOGY2NmMzMDY1YWRkOWE2ODE= |quote="The surge has succeeded in reducing sectarian killings in Baghdad and civilian casualties overall, but at the cost of increased U. ...
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TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentCoalition troops should pull out
PositionPost-invasion Iraq / Coalition troops should pull out
Position_linkCoalition troops should pull out
Stanceagainst
TopicPost-invasion Iraq
Position_fragmentIraq Study Group's recommendations should be followed
PositionPost-invasion Iraq / Iraq Study Group's recommendations should be followed
Position_linkIraq Study Group's recommendations should be followed
Stanceagainst

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AuthorRich Lowry
SourceNational Review
Date2007-07-10
URLhttp://article.nationalreview.com/?q=ZGFkMmY3ODQ5ZjE1YzAxOGY2NmMzMDY1YWRkOWE2ODE=
Quote"The surge has succeeded in reducing sectarian killings in Baghdad and civilian casualties overall, but at the cost of increased U.S. casualties and without the Iraqi legislative accomplishments that were established as “political benchmarks.” Those benchmarks shouldn’t be fetishized. The reason that they were considered so important is that they were thought necessary to entice Sunnis away from the insurgency. Instead, the Sunnis have swung our way anyway, in reaction to al Qaeda brutality and to our strength."
SummaryAbandonment by Rich Lowry (National Review, July 10, 2007) (view)