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Conflict Seen Between U.S. Military, Civilian Leaders

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Conflict Seen Between U.S. Military, Civilian Leaders

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Conflict Seen Between U.S. Military, Civilian Leaders

Conflict Seen Between U.S. Military, Civilian Leaders

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An article in Foreign Affairs magazine says conflict is growing between U.S. civilian and military leaders. Still, there is a chance the two groups will be able to work out their differences. Michael Desch, who wrote the article, talks with Alex Cohen.