TITLE

Pie in the Sky

AUTHOR(S)
Chait
PUB. DATE
November 2001
SOURCE
New Republic;11/5/2001, Vol. 225 Issue 19, p20
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on reasons opposing United States military intervention in Afghanistan. View that the claims of the opposition are often contradictory; Contrast between the food dropped by American pilots and the supply of the United Nations; Objection that the food drops could create more problems than they solve; Assumption that American bombing is the primary factor responsible for halting food delivery in Afghanistan.
ACCESSION #
5447516

 

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