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Nikolas Gvosdev and Ray Takeyh

The myths and realities of Iraq

By Nikolas Gvosdev and Ray Takeyh
September 29, 2006

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AS THE midterm elections approach, Iraq dominates the headlines. In a remarkable misappropriation of history, President Bush is conjuring the ghost of Hitler and outlandish World War II analogies to justify his policies. In the Bush administration's distorted lexicon, calls for withdrawal are appeasement, and dissent is yet another form of disloyalty. (Full article: 729 words)

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