September 2003
Christian Century;9/20/2003, Vol. 120 Issue 19, p5
Weighs the consequences of the U.S. invasion of postwar Iraq in 2003. Events that depict the unstability of the Iraqi nation; Options for the U.S. government; Financial implications of the war; Insight on nation-building.


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