September 2002
New Republic;9/23/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 13, p8
Discusses the reasons behind the reluctance of the U.S. Democratic Party to take a stand on issues related to the planned military invasion of Iraq as of September 2002. Comment on the contention that the debate over Iraq should wait until after the November elections; Failure of the administration of President George W. Bush to make a case for war; Support of Democrats for multilateralism on international issues.


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