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There's little evidence of a nation at war on Watertown's Public Square
There's little evidence of a nation at war on Watertown's Public Square

Watertown Rallies, Quietly

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In Watertown, the military infuses nearly every aspect of life, and people are supporting the troops in Iraq. But patriotic displays are subdued. No more flags than normal. Few yellow ribbons that were ubiquitous during the first Gulf War. As David Sommerstein reports, divisions and uncertainty may be dampening the patriotic fervor.

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Edwin Krupkin in Apex Army-Navy store

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David Sommerstein
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