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Feith Takes Iraq Policy Debate to Georgetown

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Feith Takes Iraq Policy Debate to Georgetown

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Feith Takes Iraq Policy Debate to Georgetown

Feith Takes Iraq Policy Debate to Georgetown

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Former Pentagon official Douglas Feith was an architect of the war in Iraq. Now he's teaching a class at Georgetown University called "The Bush Administration and the War on Terror." Jordana Hochman, NPR hide caption

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Douglas Feith left a high-profile Pentagon job, where he helped shape U.S. policy leading to the war in Iraq, for Georgetown University. He's now teaching a seminar called "The Bush Administration and the War on Terror." Students skeptical of the war are impressed by Feith's teaching skills.

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