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Necessary Troop Commitment in Iraq Debated

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Necessary Troop Commitment in Iraq Debated

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Necessary Troop Commitment in Iraq Debated

Necessary Troop Commitment in Iraq Debated

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While Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and others are calling for a big increase in U.S. forces in Iraq, others suggest a decrease, arguing that the presence of U.S. troops is fueling the insurgency. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Retired Army General Jack Keane.

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