Checkbook Is No Solution for Terrorism

Last week, Congress voted to double the reward for information leading to the capture of Osama bin Laden.

But, NPR Senior News Analyst Ted Koppel says, legislators should have considered reducing the bounty on bin Laden's head.

The scourge of Islamic fundamentalist terrorism, Koppel says, is one problem that can't be solved with a checkbook.

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