Inside the Box

Reed, Bruce
March 2003
New Republic;3/24/2003, Vol. 228 Issue 11, p11
Provides news briefs concerning U.S. politics. Statement by President George W. Bush that the U.S. will fight Iraq alone; Appearance of Bill Clinton and Bob Dole on the television program '60 Minutes'; Suggestion by Ari Fleischer that North Korean nuclear buildup is not a crisis; Others.


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