Weighing Military Successes in Iraq

Despite mixed results from the latest National Intelligence Estimate on Iraq and critical observations by key senators, President Bush says progress is being made in quieting trouble spots. How does military success line up with political views? Retired Marine Corps Col. Gary Anderson offers his insights in a conversation with Scott Simon.



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