All Things Considered
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Iraq's new currency arrives, creating a frenzy of exchange and a photo opportunity for coalition forces. Many Iraqis say that switching to money lacking the face of Saddam Hussein is crucial to their country's future. Hear NPR's Deborah Amos.
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