Our Special Series on Iraq One Year Later

I like to think that time covers many kinds of stories well, whether they're about politics, global affairs, business, science, society or the arts. But one story that I think we've covered especially well is the most important story of recent times: the war in Iraq. Even before fighting began, we put the topic on the cover six times, ranging in focus from what life would be like after Saddam was gone (our conclusion: the peace would be messier than the war) to the role of women in the new military. As war loomed, we dispatched 18 reporters and photographers to...

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