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Former U.N. Envoy Young Defends Wolfowitz

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Former U.N. Envoy Young Defends Wolfowitz

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Former U.N. Envoy Young Defends Wolfowitz

Former U.N. Envoy Young Defends Wolfowitz

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An unlikely supporter of beleaguered World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz emerged last week. Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Andrew Young, says the architect of the Iraq war is the right person for the World Bank, and should remain on the job. Ambassador Young talks to Liane Hansen about his endorsement of Wolfowitz.

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