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JUDY WOODRUFF: So, how effective is this deal at preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon? We hear from four people with extensive U.S. foreign policy experience. Sandy Berger was national security advisor to President Bill Clinton. Retired General Michael Hayden was director of the CIA during the George W. Bush administration. Dennis Ross served in Republican and Democratic administrations as a Middle East ... Source: pbs.org

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