We can win--and we must

Zuckerman, Mortimer B.
September 2004
U.S. News & World Report;9/13/2004, Vol. 137 Issue 8, p64
Presents an editorial on the reaction caused when President George W. Bush stated the war on terrorism might never be won. Why the President's statement was realistic; The nature of religious fundamentalism and the dysfunctionality of much of the Arab world; Belief that suicide killers are Palestine's contribution to civilization; Contention that killing terrorists can not be the only course of action; Belief it is vital to devote resources to transform education in the Muslim world; Claim that the Shiite Iran remains the greatest threat to American safety; What needs to be done on U.S. soil to protect "soft targets"; Why America must not walk away from the fight.


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