Charlie Rose

Season 2004 Episode 10.22.04

Charlie Rose (October 22, 2004)

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Aired Weekdays 11:30 PM Oct 22, 2004 on PBS
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Charlie Rose (October 22, 2004)
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The Chief Military Correspondent For The New York Times, Michael Gordon, Discusses His Three-Part Series On The War In Iraq Called Catastrophic Success, Which Will Form The Basis Of A Forthcoming Book. He Argues That The Planning For The War Did Not Foresee The Possibility Of An Insurgency. Then, Richard Levin, The President Of Yale University, Discusses The State Of Higher Education, Educational Exchange With China And Yale'S Role In Educating America'S Leadership.moreless
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