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A perfect exit stategy, unlike Vietnam: Jacobs Ladder comes of age

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Submitted by Mark-Alan Whittle (Canada), Nov 11, 2006 at 15:29

One can only hope your hindsight becomes the American government's foresight if they want to prevent history from repeating itself. Don't worry though, Canada is making headway in Afghanistan. Ultimately those two solitudes will converge by 2009, when Canada will be implementing an exit strategy of their own. Time to turn a leaf.

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