Inside the Box

Reed, Bruce
March 2003
New Republic;3/17/2003, Vol. 228 Issue 10, p9
Presents humorous observations on United States politics and government as of March 17, 2003. Offer that was made by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to debate President George W. Bush; Defense given by former President George Bush for his decision to leave Saddam in power after the Persian Gulf War; Rejection of a deal by Turkey to allow U.S. troops to use their country as a northern front in a war against Iraq; Others.


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