Intelligence Assessment Sees Bleak Future for Iraq

A classified National Intelligence Estimate prepared for the Bush administration outlines a grim picture of Iraq's prospects for the next 18 months. The best-case scenario predicts a fragile peace; the worst a movement toward civil war. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Douglas Jehl of The New York Times.

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