As America Withdraws from Iraq, So Does American Money

Monday, December 06, 2010

The sun sets on a C-130 Hercules Aug. 31, 2010, as Operation Iraqi Freedom draws to a close at an air base in Southwest Asia. (Flickr: U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Dale Greer)

As America slowly withdraws from Iraq, so does a lot of U.S. financial support. The result: interpreters and thousands of others who currently depend on the U.S. presence for their livelihood will likely be out of work. How will they make the transition? Jack Healy, reporter for our partner The New York Times, joins us for more on the story.  


Jack Healy

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