A Free Press for Iraq
When a 22-year-old University of Michigan student sat down for coffee with a friend and started discussing Iraq's troubles, they decided what the country needed was a good English-language newspaper featuring Western-style journalism. Dave Enders and his friend took that conversation beyond their restaurant meeting and went to Baghdad. And they're now publishing the Baghdad Bulletin. Michele Norris talks with Enders about the project.
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