The New 'Neocon' Landscape Kenneth Adelman and Joshua Muravchik, two individuals who have been identified by others as neoconservatives, talk about American policy abroad in the wake of Iraq.
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The New 'Neocon' Landscape

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The New 'Neocon' Landscape

The New 'Neocon' Landscape

The New 'Neocon' Landscape

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Not so long ago, neoconservatives, or "neocons," were some of the most influential people in government. In this year's political campaign, Republicans are avoiding the term. The term has become an epithet among Democrats.

Kenneth Adelman and Joshua Muravchik, two individuals who have been identified by others as associated with the neoconservative movement, talk with Scott Simon about American policy abroad.