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The toll of American deaths in Iraq reached a milestone Monday: 4,000. The number is a fraction of the losses from other protracted wars, but is higher than the nation expected.
In May 2003 when major combat actions were declared completed, the nation collectively wiped its brow and thought, “Whew. Thank God casualties were relatively few.”
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