Critic of Iraq War Remembers Son Lost in that War

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Andrew Bacevich, a retired Army officer who served in Vietnam and has become a noted conservative critic of the war in Iraq, talks about his son Andrew, who was killed in Iraq. Andrew was a first lieutenant. He died on Mother's Day in a suicide bombing north of Baghdad.

Fred Thys reports from member station WBUR in Boston.



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