War & Economy

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To explore the effect of the Iraq war on the U.S. economy, Robert Siegel talks with Laurence H. Meyer. He's a scholar on the subject at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He's also president of Laurence H. Meyer and Associates, a St. Louis-based economic consulting firm.



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