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Battle Lines
Tom Brown
Tom Brown
Battle Lines is an ongoing Web log (blog) dedicated to providing a broad perspective on the latest news and developments from the war in Iraq. Response and suggestions are welcomed.

Tom Brown has been an editor, reporter and software analyst for The Seattle Times for 20 years.

April 09, 2003

Whither all those “No Iraq War” signs?

Now that Iraqis are parading through the streets of Baghdad waving American flags, we wonder what’s going to happen to those “No Iraq War” signs that sprouted like mushrooms in Seattle neighborhoods. The war is by no means over yet, but there does seem to be considerable support for the U.S. in Baghdad, as well as joy that Saddam's brutal regime is through. Does that change anyone's opinion?

Some “No Iraq War” signs seem to be disappearing. Many others are still there. Shoot me an email with your thoughts on this:

Posted by tbrown at April 9, 2003 10:54 AM

Tom Brown Katherine Long, research editor at the Seattle Times and 18-year editor and reporter, substituted for Tom Brown the week of April 14.

April 2003
March 2003

Signing off
The Saddam Files
Demonstrations in Karbala
Building a government from scratch
Smoking gun?
The irony of freedom
Where are the weapons?
Cultural advisors quit over antiquities issue
Baghdad reality check


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