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Dean: U.S. Security Not Aided by Saddam's Capture

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Dean: U.S. Security Not Aided by Saddam's Capture

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Dean: U.S. Security Not Aided by Saddam's Capture

Dean: U.S. Security Not Aided by Saddam's Capture

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Leading Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean says that while he was pleased by the capture of deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, it hasn't changed his views on the war in Iraq, nor has it made the United States any safer in its fight against terrorism. NPR's Mara Liasson reports.