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Kerry Faults Bush on Costs of Iraq Policy

Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry sharply critiques President Bush's policy in Iraq, listing costs and priorities that he says are out of touch with the goals of Americans. Kerry also said the administration has failed to do enough to bring in allies or plan for the peace. NPR's Greg Allen reports.

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