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Episode dated 18 March 2012 (18 Mar. 2012)

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Gregory discusses the Republican nomination race and developments in Afghanistan with John McCain. He, then, discusses with a panel of experts the recent civilian deaths in Afghanistan and ... See full summary »

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Helene Cooper ...
Herself - Roundtable Panalist
Jon Krakauer ...
Himself - Author, 'Where Men Win Glory'
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Himself - Senator, Arizona (as Sen. John McCain)
Wes Moore ...
Himself - Afghanistan War Veteran & Author
John Prendergast ...
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Himself - Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Bob Woodward ...
Himself - The Washington Post
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Gregory discusses the Republican nomination race and developments in Afghanistan with John McCain. He, then, discusses with a panel of experts the recent civilian deaths in Afghanistan and the controversy over the accidental burning of Korans. Finally, he speaks to George Clooney and John Prendergast about their efforts to end the ethnic cleansing in Sudan. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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