Life in Baghdad

New Yorker writer John Lee Anderson's "Letters from Baghdad" chronicled the daily experiences of war from inside the Iraqi capital. He joins Neal Conan to discuss the city's first week since the ouster of Saddam Hussein. We'll also hear a montage of reports from Baghdad filed during the month-long war.

Guest:

John Lee Anderson
*Correspondent for The New Yorker

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