In March ’07, the U.S. will have been fighting in Iraq for four years, longer than we were involved in World War II. On the surface, in communities like Wilton, life has not been visibly altered by the war. We send our kids off to school, mow our lawns, go to the grocery store, and watch “American Idol,” while American troops are fighting 6,000 miles away. For many Wiltonians, the reality of this war was brought home abruptly by the tragic death of U.S. Army Private Nicholas Madaras, a 2005 Wilton High School graduate and the son of Shalini and William Madaras, long-time Wilton residents. After four years, many Americans are questioning whether we should be involved in Iraq; many more are starting to call for the withdrawal of troops from that country.