Ending the War in Iraq
The Institute for Policy Studies held a discussion on how the U.S. could end the war in Iraq and withdraw troops from the… read more
The Institute for Policy Studies held a discussion on how the U.S. could end the war in Iraq and withdraw troops from the region. Among the topics they addressed were promises made about the future of Iraq before and during military operations in Iraq, the state of Iraqi reconstruction, conditions facing troops deployed in Iraq, media coverage of the war, and the need to disengage. Following their remarks they answered questions from the audience.
This was the 40th anniversary of the first Vietnam War teach-in in 1965 and Professor Raskin’s opening remarks centered on the teach-in movement. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Quinn, Amy Policy Analyst Institute for Policy Studies
- Raskin, Marcus Co-Founder Institute for Policy Studies
- Resta, Patrick Member Veterans Against Iraq War
- Sekou, Osagyefo Minister St. Louis, MO
- Shallal, Anas "Andy" Founder Iraqi Americans for a Peaceful Tommorrow
- Zappala, Celeste Mother
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