Who's appeasing who?

May 2003
Ecologist;May2003, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p4
Editorial. Comments on the real reason of the U.S. government for starting a war against Iraq. Belief of half the people in the U.S. about the Iraqi war; Information on the U.S. needs for oil; Estimated volume of oil reserves of Iraq.


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