This isn't Vietnam

September 2003
Fort Worth Business Press;9/19/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 36, p69
Comments on the U.S. war against Iraq. Concern of U.S. citizens about their country's role in postwar Iraq; Amount sought by President George W. Bush for the rebuilding of Iraq; Comparison between the Iraq-Vietnam war and the U.S.-Iraq war.


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