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Bush Challenged in Utah and Idaho
PM Monday, August 22, 2005
* Bush Challenged in Utah and Idaho
* Iraqi Constitution
CELESTE ZAPPALA, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.gsfp.org
Currently in Utah, Zappala is available for a very limited number of
interviews. Her oldest son, Pennsylvania National Guardsman Sgt. Sherwood
Baker, was killed in Baghdad in April 2004 while protecting the Iraq Survey
Group, which was looking for weapons of mass destruction. She is a
co-founder of Gold Star Families for Peace. Her article headlined "Dust
Devils and Grief in Crawford," co-written with her son Dante, appeared in
the Philadelphia Inquirer on Aug. 14 of this year. See:
AARON DAVIS, JanRDavis@msn.com, http://www.veteransforpeace.org
NATE SMITH, http://www.mfso.org
The Salt Lake Tribune recently reported that Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky
Anderson called for protests during President Bush's appearance Monday
before a national veterans convention. "This administration has been
disastrous to the country," Anderson said.
The president of the Salt Lake City chapter of Veterans for Peace,
Davis said today: "We are protesting the Bush agenda of these aggressive
wars; we support the troops, let's bring them home now, and treat them
right when they come back." Smith is a member of Military Families Speak Out.
CHUCK DAVIS, email@example.com
After his stay in Salt Lake City, Bush is going to Idaho to the
Tamarack Resort. Davis is a member of the local group Valley County
Citizens for Peace, which will be holding a peace rally this evening in
Donnelly, Idaho, the town nearest to the resort.
HOUZAN MAHMOUD, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.equalityiniraq.com/english.htm
Mahmoud is the U.K. head of the Organization of Women's Freedom in
Iraq. She wrote the article "Iraq Must Reject a Constitution that Enslaves
Women," which appears in today's edition of the London-based Independent,
VERA BEAUDIN SAEEDPOUR, email@example.com,
Saeedpour is editor of Kurdish Life and founder of the Kurdish Library.
She can comment on the Kurdish role in Iraq and other crucial issues.
ANTONIA JUHASZ, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Juhasz wrote the recent piece "Bush's Economic Invasion of Iraq" for
the Los Angeles Times, in which she stated: "What hasn't been on the table
[in the constitution process] is at least as important to the formation of
a new Iraq: the country's economic structure. The Bush administration has
succeeded in maintaining a stranglehold on issues such as public versus
private ownership of resources, foreign access to Iraqi oil and U.S.
control of the reconstruction effort -- all of which are still governed by
administration policies put into place immediately after the invasion. The
Bush economic agenda favors foreign interests -- American interests -- over
Iraqi self-determination." Juhasz is a Foreign Policy In Focus scholar and
the author of the forthcoming book "The Bush Agenda: Invading the World,
One Economy at a Time."
For more information, contact at the Institute for Public Accuracy:
Sam Husseini, (202) 347-0020; or David Zupan, (541) 484-9167