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The attention The New Yorker’s Seymour Hersh is getting over his Iran invasion story reminds us to point you to Christopher Allbritton’s work on that subject from last last year.

Allbritton took two weeks to look at the issue and provided Spot-on readers with a fine analysis, one, War without End, that dovetails nicely with Hersh’s concerns and prediction. An earlier piece, Iranian Hegemony: What’s Not To Like looked at a more peaceful U.S. relationship with Iran. Both are worth your time.

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