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BUSH PROTESTER
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August 18, 2005 
Medea Benjamin (L), co-founder of Code Pink Women for Peace, hands letters written by mothers of U.S.... 
Crawford, UNITED STATES 
Medea Benjamin hands letters to White House representative Bill Burck in Crawford, Texas. 
Medea Benjamin (L), co-founder of Code Pink Women for Peace, hands letters written by mothers of U.S. soldiers who have served or died in Iraq, to White House representative Bill Burck at a police checkpoint near the ranch of U.S. President George W. Bush in Crawford, Texas August 18, 2005. Dozens of letters, addressed to first lady laura Bush appealing for her compassion to help change President Bush's policy on Iraq, were handed to Burck after dozens of women marched to the ranch. REUTERS/Jason Reed JIR/CN 
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