KEITH CRAIN: Now that we're committed, let's get it done

March 2003
Crain's Detroit Business;3/24/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p8
March 13, 2003 saw the start of the war between Iraq and the U.S. The present environment in Iraq is not appreciable but there are indications that after the war there will be a great appreciation in Iraq for freeing the nation. Also the formation of a transition government will not be very difficult.


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