Sherry Ricchiardi

Senior Contributing Writer, American Journalism Review

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Senior contributing writer with the American Journalism Review and Professor of Journalism at Indiana University

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The conflict in Iraq is now the third longest war in America's history. For tens of thousands of US soldiers and countless Iraqis it's a matter of life and death.

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