Debate Over U.S. Role In Libya Continues

Rep. Ron Paul, (R-Texas)
Steven Metz, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute

Leaders of coalition member states say that the strikes in Libya are needed to protect Libyan civilians, but some critics say the conflict between the rebels and the Gadhafi government is not America's problem to solve.

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