Year Three

April 2006
National Review;4/10/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p12
The article discusses the Iraq War as it enters its third year. Though many expected the war to end quickly, America is still occupying Iraq after three years of fighting. The article suggests that had America not invaded Iraq and deposed dictator Saddam Hussein, Iraq would have developed Weapons of Mass Destruction that could have been used against Americans.


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