Journalists Debate Media's Role in Iraq War

Journalists from Britain and the United States gather in New York for a conference on the media's role in the Iraq war. They debate whether embedded journalists were good for journalism, and whether U.S. reporters had asked enough questions of the government prior to the war. NPR's Rick Karr reports.

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