Selling Iraqis on democracy
Iraqis are impatient for things to get better in their country. They're impatient for the basics, like electricity, kerosene, food and gas. And many blame their elected leaders for their problems. That's making democracy a hard sell these days in Iraq. Reporter Adam Allington heard all of that during his stay in Ramadi, embedded with a group of US soldiers from Missouri.
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