What Year Was It?

'This Week' takes a look back in history.
1:44 | 07/29/12

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We'll be back in a moment but first. Three moments from this -- history what you're one. 77. Joint resolutions. Congress authorized the use of force in -- the idea that have to wait and -- -- in order. Deal with the threat is on the -- not that. Actual word for -- and. Trent Lott's remarks about Strom Thurmond set off a fire. He's apologized. -- dust settled for different occasions I think we ought to accept the apology and move on then led to his resignation as senate majority. And more than fifteen million people. -- twenty year old Kelly Clarkson. American -- first season kept the nation by storm. What -- 2001. 2002. Or 2003. Will be right back. And now we -- our fellow Americans who serve and sacrifice. This week the Pentagon released the names of eleven service members. Killed in Afghanistan. And what year was it that congress authorized the use of force in Iraq. And -- with Kelly Clarkson -- the first American night it was ten years ago 2002. That's -- for us today thanks for sharing part of your Sunday with us check out world news with David -- tonight George Stephanopoulos we'll see you back here next week.

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