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The World Bank and Wolfowitz's Nomination

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The World Bank and Wolfowitz's Nomination

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The World Bank and Wolfowitz's Nomination

The World Bank and Wolfowitz's Nomination

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President Bush taps Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz to take the helm at the World Bank. Robert Siegel talks with Sebastian Mallaby of the Washington Post about what Wolfowitz might bring to the job.

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