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Antiwar messages are bubbling in the public consciousness, and singer LINDA RONSTADT is making headlines. Has someone opened a door to the 1970s? During an encore at the Aladdin hotel in Las Vegas, Ronstadt called Fahrenheit 9/11 filmmaker Michael Moore a "great American patriot" and dedicated her rendition of the Eagles' Desperado to him. Some of the 4,500 audience members got so mad that they stormed out of the theater and demanded their money back. Others reportedly threw cocktails and defaced Ronstadt's concert posters. Some cheered and applauded. Hotel management responded by booting Ronstadt off the premises and asking her never...

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