Once again, Korea!

Simmons, Charles
April 2013
Michigan Citizen;4/28/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 25, pA6
The author discusses the role of the U.S. on the invasion of Korea in 1950 as well as the country's responsibilities to ban nuclear weapons.


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