Pentagon Presses Law Schools on Military Recruiting As the Bush administration considers war with Iraq, the Pentagon demands the nation's top law schools allow military recruiters on campus or risk losing government funding. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.
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Pentagon Presses Law Schools on Military Recruiting

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Pentagon Presses Law Schools on Military Recruiting

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Pentagon Presses Law Schools on Military Recruiting

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As the Bush administration considers war with Iraq, the Pentagon demands the nation's top law schools allow military recruiters on campus or risk losing government funding. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.