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Iraq / Journalists' Roundtable #741038

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 03, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Roundtable discussion held with "San Diego Union Tribune" Joseph Perkins, "Killeen Daily Herald" military reporter Deborah Stevenson & "Grand Forks Herald" Mike Jacobs about the war in Iraq. [From Austin, STEVENSON - says the community will remain in support of the troops; outlines what the people need to be told about the operation in Iraq.] [From San Diego, PERKINS - says there are some misgivings in this military town; talks about the level of concern with daily attacks that could go on for years; suggests we need an exit strategy.] [From Grand Forks, JACOBS - says there is anxiety about where this is going to lead, the mission is not understood & support for the president is wavering.]

Brown, Aaron

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