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A Leaky Cabinet

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A Leaky Cabinet

A Leaky Cabinet

A Leaky Cabinet

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Various newspapers have been reporting on the development of plans for an invasion of Iraq. Based upon leaks from the Pentagon and the White House, we have heard some reports suggesting a massive land, air, and sea invasion, others suggesting covert aid to foster an internal uprising. Still other reports suggest a bold attempt to go directly to Baghdad. In a rare moment in his life as a journalist, NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr asks those officials leaking all the various and sundry invasion plans to just keep it to themselves. (2:45)
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