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Americans overwhelmingly say they oppose the war in Iraq, but the war in Iraq goes on.

So, where's the antiwar movement?

Well, it's all over — and nowhere. It's in Congress, among Democrats and some Republicans. It was in the streets of Washington, D.C. this weekend, with a few thousand protestors chanting and marching. It was in the rhetoric in Iowa, at Senator Tom Harkin's steak fry. But where's the beef?

Last week belonged to Petraeus and Bush. Today, we hear from the antiwar crowd.

This hour On Point: Iraq war opposition, from the halls of Congress to the streets.Guests:

Brian Becker, national coordinator of the ANSWER antiwar coalition.

Tom Andrews, national director of the antiwar coalition Win Without War.

Rep. Chris Van Hollen, Democrat from Maryland.

Rep. Howard Coble, Republican from North Carolina.

Michael Crowley, senior editor at The New Republic and author of the recent New York Times Magazine artlicle "Can Lobbyists Stop the War?".

This program aired on September 17, 2007.

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