Iraqis Look for Signs of Stability Amid Chaos George Packer, a staff writer at The New Yorker, is back from his sixth trip to Iraq since the war began. He offers his insights on Iraqis' perceptions of President Bush's latest war plans, and the country's hopes for political stability.
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Iraqis Look for Signs of Stability Amid Chaos

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Iraqis Look for Signs of Stability Amid Chaos

Iraqis Look for Signs of Stability Amid Chaos

Iraqis Look for Signs of Stability Amid Chaos

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George Packer, a staff writer at The New Yorker, is back from his sixth trip to Iraq since the war began. He speaks with Scott Simon about Iraqis' perceptions of President Bush's latest war plans, and the country's hopes for political stability.

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