A newly formed group of Gulf War veterans is questioning the need to go to war with Iraq. They have launched a campaign to highlight the problems a new war will create and methods by which such a war could be avoided. The group also points out that tens of thousands of men and women who served in the first Gulf War have come down with mysterious illnesses - many have died or become incapacitated. Our guest is founder of Veterans for Common Sense, Charles Sheehan Miles, a decorated Gulf War combat veteran, author of "Prayer at Rumayla" (XLibris Books) and former president of the National Gulf War Resource Center.

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