Ackerman, Spencer
August 2004
New Republic;8/16/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 7/8, p9
Offers a look at the plans for Iraq of United States Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry in 2004. Statement that Kerry plans to bring U.S. troops back from Iraq; Cooperation Kerry expects from the international community in dealing with the rebuilding of Iraq; Claim of Kerry that the foreign public is opposed to President George W. Bush and his administration rather than to the United States itself; Excerpt from an article by Philip Gourevitch in "The New Yorker" regarding the international community's opinion of Kerry.


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