THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Thomas Oliphant

The chaotic reality Bush faces in Iraq

By Thomas Oliphant
Globe Columnist / August 17, 2004

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WITH INADEQUATE notice, the absurd linkage invented by President Bush to join "war in Iraq" with "war on terror" has fractured, raising the question not only whether anyone in his administration can explain what is going on but also whether anyone can explain what the United States is doing in Iraq. The siege of Najaf and its sacred Shi'ite ... (Full Article: 807 Words)

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