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The Year in Review

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The Year in Review

The Year in Review

The Year in Review

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The economy, immigration, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan dominated the news for much of 2007. But the year is likely to be remembered by two recent events: the struggle for democracy in Pakistan and the practice of democracy at home.

Daniel Schorr talks about the impact of Benazir Bhutto's assassination and how her death affects politics in the United States.