Electrical Woes a Political Flashpoint in Baghdad People in Baghdad have lived for more than a year without dependable power. While the insurgents have targeted the power grid, and demand has grown, the electric deficiencies are seen by some as symbolic of a greater failure of the Coalition Provisional Authority. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.
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Electrical Woes a Political Flashpoint in Baghdad

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Electrical Woes a Political Flashpoint in Baghdad

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People in Baghdad have lived for more than a year without dependable power. While the insurgents have targeted the power grid, and demand has grown, the electric deficiencies are seen by some as symbolic of a greater failure of the Coalition Provisional Authority. NPR's Deborah Amos reports.