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Candidates Debate Iraq, But Offer Similar Plans

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Candidates Debate Iraq, But Offer Similar Plans

Candidates Debate Iraq, But Offer Similar Plans

Candidates Debate Iraq, But Offer Similar Plans

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Despite heated campaign rhetoric, proposals on Iraq from the presidential candidates are similar and unlikely to change things soon. President Bush says the United States will exit when the Iraqis can secure their own country. Sen. John Kerry proposes returning troops within four years. Hear NPR's Eric Westervelt.

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