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'Blood Money' Examines Iraq War

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'Blood Money' Examines Iraq War

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Journalist T. Christian Miller of The Los Angeles Times talks about his new book, Blood Money: Wasted Billions, Lost Lives, and Corporate Greed in Iraq. Miller is critical of the reconstruction effort in Iraq, writing, "In almost every way, the rebuilding has fallen short."

Miller is an investigative reporter for the Times' Washington bureau.

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Blood Money

Wasted Billions, Lost Lives, And Corporate Greed in Iraq

by T. Christian Miller

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