Is the Iraq Occupation Fracturing the 'Neo-Con' Movement? Pundits and politicians belonging to the so-called neo-conservative movement strongly supported the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the previously radical ideas of pre-emptive war and nation building. But problems with the U.S. occupation of Iraq grow, and a debate has begun among "neo-cons" NPR's Michele Kelemen reports that some say the movement is splitting into factions.
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Is the Iraq Occupation Fracturing the 'Neo-Con' Movement?

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Is the Iraq Occupation Fracturing the 'Neo-Con' Movement?

Is the Iraq Occupation Fracturing the 'Neo-Con' Movement?

Is the Iraq Occupation Fracturing the 'Neo-Con' Movement?

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Pundits and politicians belonging to the so-called neo-conservative movement strongly supported the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the previously radical ideas of pre-emptive war and nation building. But problems with the U.S. occupation of Iraq grow, and a debate has begun among "neo-cons" NPR's Michele Kelemen reports that some say the movement is splitting into factions.