Defending Bush's Treatment of Enemy Combatants

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks with Heather MacDonald, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute think tank, who defends the Bush administration's position on the interrogation and treatment of so-called enemy combatants in detention.

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