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Is A Cautious Transition The Answer For Syria?

More than 9,000 people have been killed in Syria since the crackdown began. Many have argued that the quick removal of President Bashar Assad will only spell more violence for the beleaguered country, including Washington Post columnist David Ignatius. Host Rachel Martin talks to Ignatius about his argument for a "cautious, managed transition."

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