After Saddam

As many ponder the kind of government that might be imposed on Iraq if Saddam Hussein is forced out, NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr recalls the fates of several post-World War II governments that replaced authoritarian rulers but did not have the support of their people. (2:30)
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