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State of the Union: Bush's Case Against Iraq

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State of the Union: Bush's Case Against Iraq

State of the Union: Bush's Case Against Iraq

State of the Union: Bush's Case Against Iraq

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In his State of the Union address last night, President Bush leveled three charges against Iraq: that it tried to import uranium, that it intended to use scores of aluminum tubes to enrich uranium and that it had links to terrorist groups. Proving those charges will be difficult. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.

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