Kucinich versus the Democrats

Terrall, Ben
July 2007
National Catholic Reporter;7/6/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 31, p16
The article focuses on the views of Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich on the ongoing war in Iraq. In the second debate for the 2008 Democratic party presidential nomination, Kucinich discussed the party's complicity in the war. He spoke forcefully of the reasons the U.S. invaded Iraq. He said that the Democrats should challenge a document about the restructuring of the Iraq oil industry to permit multinational oil corporations to take over 80 percent of Iraq's oil.


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