TNR . commentary

Frank, T. A.
June 2005
New Republic;6/6/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 21/22, p11
Reports that North Carolina Representative Walter B. Jones Jr. regrets having invented the term "freedom fries," and says the United States went to war in Iraq with no justification. Comments from Jones regarding U.S. involvement in Iraq; Excerpts from a report on the torture of inmates at Guantánamo Bay.


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