Walsh, Kenneth T.; Marek, Angie C.; Tobin, Michael
July 2004
U.S. News & World Report;7/12/2004, Vol. 137 Issue 1, p33
Profiles the bold and controversial approach of President George W. Bush in his invasion of Iraq and the global war on terrorism. Response characterized by the most aggressive option rather than the path of least resistance; Adoption of a doctrine of pre-emptive war; Controversy over the administration's decision to deprive many foreign detainees of any access to U.S. courts because of the national security threat posed by them; Criticism of a reckless presidency; Surveys showing that Bush's approval rating has dropped.


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