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President Clinton says American troops are crucial to a plan to end more than three years of war in Bosnia. Some members of Congress say the fight is not our affair and the risks are too great.

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The Spokesman-Review would like to hear from its readers about the proposal to send 20,000 U.S. troops to the former Yugoslavia next month as part of a NATO peace-keeping force.

Call Cityline on a Touch-Tone telephone, at 509-459-5461 in Washington or 208-765-8811 in Idaho, then press 9666 to reach the Bosnia comment line. You’ll have two minutes to leave a message, as well as a name and telephone number. A reporter will contact as many callers as possible for an upcoming story.



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