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NPR's Steve Inskeep reports that some key members of Congress say they're not yet convinced that the United States should go to war against Iraq. The Bush administration is considering possible war strategies, but lawmakers say defeating Iraq's military may be the easy part. The lawmakers are asking how such a war would start and what the Middle East might look like once the fighting ends.



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