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Listener Questions on Iraq

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Listener Questions on Iraq

Listener Questions on Iraq

Listener Questions on Iraq

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Earlier this week we asked listeners to call in with their questions about a possible war with Iraq, and today we do our best to answer them. NPR's Melissa Block talks with Evo Daalder, senior fellow of foreign policy studies at the Brookings Institution, and NPR's national security correspondent Tom Gjelten. The most asked question was: How much will the war cost?

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