Averting war

April 1998
Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);04/06/98 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 131 Issue 14, p8F
Presents readers' letters in response to the March 2, 1998 `Newsweek' cover story about the possibility of war with Iraq. Criticism of United States policy in the Middle East and of the sanctions against Iraq.


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