Curley, Alex; Keshav, Rob; Bestic, Josephine; Zermeno, Emily; Motherway, Matt; Gump, Jeff; Marczyk, Adam; Silva, Victor M.; Pines, Andrea; Stern, Roger B.; Gaffney, Brian
August 2005
Time;8/8/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 6, p10
Presents letters to the editor in response to articles in the July 18, 2005 issue of "Time." "Rush Hour Terror," which focused on the July 7, 2005 terrorist attacks in London, England; "Why Iraq Has Made Us Less Safe," arguing how the war in Iraq is not making the world safer; "Why That's Ridiculous," which refutes the claim that the war in Iraq has made the U.S. less safe; More letters.


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