What Do We Do Now?

Zinn, Howard
June 2004
Progressive;Jun2004, Vol. 68 Issue 6, p14
Comments on the U.S policy on war on Iraq. Report of the Amnesty International on Iraq's human rights situation; Impact of U.S. military occupations on Third World countries; Factor to reducing the uncertainty after U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq; Views of presidential candidate John Kerry on U.S. policy on the war.


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