Win Win

Beinart, Peter
October 2002
New Republic;10/14/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 16, p6
Commends the speech of Senator Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) on the war against Iraq delivered at John Hopkins University's School of Advanced and International Studies in Baltimore, Maryland as of October 2002. Attitude of antiwar Democrats; Stand of Kennedy on the war in Iraq; Ways in which the war in Iraq can undermine the war on terrorism; Consequences of a U.S. victory in the Iraq war.


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