Polls Suggest Support for Iraq War Despite Casualties

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Peter Feaver of Duke University talks about why overall support for the war in Iraq hasn't dwindled, despite much higher casualties than either politicians or the public expected. Feaver says Americans can accept a high human cost for a war if they think the United States will ultimately win. Hear Feaver and NPR's Steve Inskeep.

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