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October 2004
New Republic;10/18/2004, Vol. 231 Issue 16, p9
Editorial. Presents an editorial discussing the policy proposals of United States President George W. Bush and Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry regarding genocide in Darfur, Sudan. Report that the Bush administration has supplied support to the African Union troops monitoring the cease-fire; Statement that Bush said he plans to use the 2003 U.S.-led intervention in Liberia as a model for what the U.S. should be ding in Sudan; Report that Bush refuses to send any U.S. troops to Darfur; Refusal of the Bush administration to address the murderous intentions of the Sudanese government; Suggestion that the U.S. could send peace-keeping forces to Sudan without being overstretched; Statement made by Kerry that he would be willing to send U.S. troops to help the African Union.


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