Syrian Opposition Sees Chance for Reform Syrians watching the downfall of Iraq's Saddam Hussein wonder what's in store for their totalitarian nation. Leading opponents of the Syrian regime say they welcome positive change, but they reject change imposed by an outside power -- such as the United States. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.
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Syrians watching the downfall of Iraq's Saddam Hussein wonder what's in store for their totalitarian nation. Leading opponents of the Syrian regime say they welcome positive change, but they reject change imposed by an outside power — such as the United States. NPR's Kate Seelye reports.