Are MidEast Revolutions Good For Anyone?

A Libyan rebel fighter displays heavy caliber ammunition found at a military barracks in Benghazi on Sunday. i i

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A Libyan rebel fighter displays heavy caliber ammunition found at a military barracks in Benghazi on Sunday.

A Libyan rebel fighter displays heavy caliber ammunition found at a military barracks in Benghazi on Sunday.

Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images

Is Middle East democracy good for America — or good for Iran? Views from a Reagan conservative and two former Nat'l Sec staffers. Plus, Michelle Rhee takes on unions, Glenn Beck attacks, a son struggles with schizophrenia, and we read some 3MF favorites. Plus the soul music of Charles Bradley.

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