Regrets That Work

January 2001
Christian Science Monitor;1/12/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 34, p10
Editorial. Discusses apologies made by international governments, in light of the apology made by United States president Bill Clinton for the deaths of civilians at the hands of Americans during the Korean War.


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