Ward, Rodney
May 2003
Dollars & Sense;May/Jun2003, Issue 247, p12
Focuses on the impact of the U.S. war with Iraq on the livelihood of people in poor and working-class communities in the U.S. Disadvantage of the war to soldiers; Condition of the social safety net amidst the war; Impact of the use of the notion of wartime insecurity by the administration of President George W. Bush.


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