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In Battling Terrorism, Is Bigger Better?

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In Battling Terrorism, Is Bigger Better?

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In Battling Terrorism, Is Bigger Better?

In Battling Terrorism, Is Bigger Better?

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President Bush says he wants to increase the size of the U.S. military to combat terrorist groups. But is a larger military force the best way to fight terrorism? Retired Maj. Gen. Robert Scales and Georgetown professor Bruce Hoffman offer their views in a conversation with Scott Simon.

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