Democrats Split on Iraq

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Many Senate Democrats who voted against a resolution to attack Iraq in 1991 are prepared to vote for a resolution that would authorize President George W. Bush to attack Iraq. Some reason that if the United Nations sees a strong consensus for war in the United States., they will be more likely to stand-up to Saddam Hussein's regime and call for stronger weapons inspections standards...thus preventing a war. NPR's Mara Liasson reports. (4:33)
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