The Long Road Home

Ives, Jeff
October 2006
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;10/20/2006, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p3
The article reports the return of American soldiers from Iraq to Fort Campbell, Kentucky. More than 20,000 soldiers from Fort Campbell, like Sergeant Douglas Hill, will return to their homes and families. The war in Iraq has cost the U.S. $300 billion and the lives of more than 2,600 troops. Thus, it is easy to understand why majority of the Americans are against the war.


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