As the march towards military conflict with Iraq takes on an inexorable and immediate feel, NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says that Secretary of State Colin Powell, perhaps once the most powerful advocate for a non-military solution to the Iraq problem, seems to now acknowledge that war is inevitable, even in the absence of a broad-based coalition.
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