Ackerman, Spencer
February 2005
New Republic;2/21/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 6, p9
Examines politics and government in Iraq as of February 21, 2005. Efforts of majority Shia Muslims to cooperate with the minority Sunni group; Impact of Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) leader L. Paul Bremer to forbid Baath Party members from serving in Iraq's government; Recommendations for including Sunnis in Iraqi government in effective ways.


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