Seeking justice

Wall, James M.
November 1996
Christian Century;11/13/96, Vol. 113 Issue 33, p1099
Challenges US President Bill Clinton to alleviate the suffering of the people of Iraq caused by economic sanctions imposed on the country at the end of the 1991 Persian Gulf War. Ineffectiveness of the sanctions in bringing Saddam Hussein to his knees; Need for Clinton to make decision to prevent hunger and disease from further ravaging Iraqis; Public interest and moral issues involved in America's Iraqi policy.


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