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Iraq Post-War Planning

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A rocket-propelled grenade attack killed one U.S. soldier and wounded six on Monday. The attack comes one day after Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld warned of an increase in attacks against U.S. forces. Knight Ridder national security correspondent Jonathan Landay joins guest host Lynn Neary to discuss whether top Pentagon civilians ignored advice to plan for the type of violence and disorder taking place in Iraq.

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Jonathan Landay
*Correspondent, Knight Ridder

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