Will President Bush's Aides Derail His War on Terror?

Gaffney, Frank
September 2003
Insight on the News;9/30/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p50
Expresses views on the strategy of U.S. President George W. Bush regarding the issue of terrorism and national security. High stakes involved in the global conflict, according to Bush; Views on the efficiency of Bush's mandate for post-war Iraq; Criticism against the policy of Bush concerning the national security.


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