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Weekend Journal (Iraq: Vietnam Lessons) #741079

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 02, 2003
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) A second look at the lessons learned in the guerrilla war in Vietnam examined in light of the war in Iraq. [In Pennsylvania, parents of Army reservist Mary Ann & Fred D'AMATO†- react to having a son in Iraq; accuses President Bush of lies about Iraq.] [Council on Foreign Relations Max BOOT†- says the administration is losing the war back home.] [Monday, BUSH - links success to the reaction of killers.] [American Enterprise Inst. Danielle PLETKA†- says the death toll must be lowered.] ["The Cat from Hue" author John LAURENCE†- says Iraq is not another Vietnam.]

Mason, Anthony

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