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New York Times
By DAVID SANGER
Published: November 22, 2005
"ULAN BATOR, Mongolia, Nov. 21 - If you are an American president in need of just a few hours of temporary political asylum - no debate about Iraq, no Chinese leaders resisting the American agenda and plenty of adulation - here is an approach: Come to the endless steppes that Ghengis Khan made famous. ..."
Anti-Americanism? "I haven't heard any," said Brett Burkhart, a Peace Corps volunteer from California who has been living in a ger - a traditional Mongolian domed tent - in a rural village. "Well, I did hear it once, but I think the guy was drunk."
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