Read the Transcript: http://to.pbs.org/cBN3xt On the first official day of a post-combat mission for the U.S. in Iraq, 50,000 American soldiers remain and no government has formed. The U.S. drawdown has many wondering -- Americans and Iraqis alike -- whether the war improved conditions there and was it worth the many lives lost. Kwame Holman has more.
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