Small Talk

Beinart, Peter
August 2002
New Republic;8/19/2002-8/26/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 8/9, p6
Argues in favor of the call from U.S. Democrats for a debate on the plan of President George W. Bush to attack Iraq as of August 2002. Criticism against the preemptive strike policy of the Bush administration; Concerns raised by Democrats on the implications of a U.S. attack on Iraq; Implications of the Republican relativism and isolationism.


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