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The Good Soldiers




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David Finkel on Morning JoeDavid Finkel on Morning Joe

On the lasting impact of the Iraq War.

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David Finkel on The Colbert ReportDavid Finkel on The Colbert Report

David Finkel spent eight months with troops in Iraq to find out what young Americans go through when they're sent to war.

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David Finkel on GritTVDavid Finkel on GritTV

The war in Iraq is far from over despite Obama's best speeches; and journalist David Finkel notes, "This war is leaving Iraq and moving into America." It is our duty, he says, to understand what the soldiers went through at the very worst of their experience there. Finkel was embedded with U.S. soldiers in Iraq and wrote a book about his experience, called The Good Soldiers. Regularly a journalist with the Washington Post, he joins us in studio in New York to discuss the ongoing war in Iraq, th

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Life in Iraq - David Finkel, author of The Good SoldiersLife in Iraq - David Finkel, author of The Good Soldiers

In a video edited by The Washington Post, author David Finkel candidly discusses the uncertainty of life in Iraq.

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David Finkel on Charlie Rose

David Finkel discusses The Good Soldiers with Charlie Rose.

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