A document circulating in Washington describes the U.S. government's vision of an Iraqi free market, with privatized industry, a modernized stock exchange and a new tax code. The responsibility for much of this transformation would go to American contractors. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Neil King Jr.
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