Episode

John Judis: What It Was Like To Oppose The War In Iraq Ten Years Ago

March 20, 2013

On today’s show the The New Republic’s John Judis joins to discuss his new piece on what it was like to oppose the invasion of Iraq ten years ago. Tune in at noon!

Today’s YouTube Livestream Link: http://bit.ly/13bW2J7

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