Most of us would rather not think our way through the many-sided political and ethical quandary this country now confronts in Iraq. Its elements include, in one subset, large quantities of horrifying weapons under the control of a ruthless and defiant dictator who has held his civilian population hostage to international sanctions. Other components include a divided West, a United States largely alone (of all things) in backing the...
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