Rolling Stone: Astonished by McChrystal comments
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Rolling Stone: Astonished by McChrystal comments

What started out as a profile of the Afghan war's U.S. Commander may now cost General Stanley McChrystal his job. Rolling Stone's editor explains the genesis of the article and the stroke of luck that stranded his reporter with McChrystal. (June 23) (The Associated Press)

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