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Study ties Hussein, guerrilla strategy

US may have played into plans, report says

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / October 11, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- The ''shock and awe" attack that toppled Saddam Hussein in three weeks is often touted as a brilliant strategy that defeated Iraq with relatively few US casualties. But new information suggests that the United States may have played into Hussein's plans for a quick war followed by a long guerrilla insurgency. (Full Article: 983 Words)

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