Duty and Doubt in a Family of Soldiers
JOHN YDSTIE, Host:
I guess that's the point. Most Americans now think, like Professor Bacevich, that the Iraq war isn't going well. The majority wanted deadline for pulling U.S. troops out. So even the small comfort a family might get from the knowledge that a fallen loved one died to help salvage a nation may be slipping away.
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