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Neo-Cons Praise 'Freedom's March'

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Neo-Cons Praise 'Freedom's March'

Neo-Cons Praise 'Freedom's March'

Neo-Cons Praise 'Freedom's March'

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The neo-conservative movement seems to have a new lease on life, as proponents say elections in Iraq have sparked an "Arab Spring." And elsewhere, some prominent neo-conservatives are getting new jobs — with Paul Wolfowitz at the World Bank and John Bolton at the United Nations. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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