Making Sense of the War in Iraq

Hare, Wes
August 2004
Public Management (00333611);Aug2004, Vol. 86 Issue 7, p6
Relates the story of the author in a war in Iraq. Difficulties experienced in Karbala; Commendation for the bravery of the author; Views on Iraq experience.


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