Abu Ghraib: where is the outrage?

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Philip GourevitchPhilip Gourevitch, staff writer for the New Yorker and author of the book "The Ballad of Abu Ghraib," asked a crowd of UT students Thursday why college campuses weren't overrun by protests following the Abu Ghraib scandal... 

Drawing on more than two hundred hours of Errol Morris's startlingly frank and intimate interviews with Americans who served at Abu Ghraib and with some of their Iraqi prisoners, as well as on his own research, Philip Gourevitch has written a relentlessly surprising account of Iraq's occupation from the inside out-rendering vivid portraits of guards and prisoners ensnared in an appalling breakdown of command authority and moral order.

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