To war or not against Iraq? When? How? Above all: Why? These questions have dominated U.S. foreign policy and the headlines for the past three months. President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, and other administration officials have given speeches, offered retorts to their critics, and tried to force world leaders and the U.S. Congress into agreeing to a military attack. Iraq has replaced Al Qaeda as the front line in the war...
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