Four Wars

Hollings, Ernest C.
August 2005
American Prospect;Aug2005, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p10
Analyzes the stand of the U.S. government on political and economic issues as of August 2005. Deployment of U.S. soldiers to Iraq; Efforts of the government to fight against terrorism; Condition of the nation's international trade; Issues surrounding national security.


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