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New York Times reporter John Burns discusses the parallels between Moammar Gadhafi and Iraq's former leader Saddam Hussein, and what their similarities mean for the future of Libya.
Why did it take THIS revolution for western governments to once again loudly and profusely proclaim that Gadhafi has been a tyrant to Libyans for over 40 years, after almost 20 years fairly absent of such accusations?
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