Group Studies the Way Forward on Iraq

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In the run-up to the November elections, Republicans have two scenarios for the war in Iraq, either "stay the course" or "cut and run." But on ABC this past Sunday, former Secretary of State James Baker said there may be what he called "alternatives" to what's "out there in the political debate."  Baker is not just a long-time functionary of the first President Bush. He's head of the Iraq Study Group, a bi-partisan panel put together by Congress with reluctant approval of the current Bush White House. We hear what alternatives might be proposed by the panel--after the voting is over.




Warren Olney