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Iraqis Loosen Morals under U.S. Occupation

The U.S. occupation has liberated the baser instincts of some Iraqis. Public drunkenness, taboo under Saddam, is now a growing problem. And blue movies are drawing big crowds of young men. NPR's Nick Spicer reports from Baghdad.

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