Walsh, Kenneth T.
September 2004
U.S. News & World Report;9/13/2004, Vol. 137 Issue 8, p28
Offers an interview with presidential candidate Senator John Kerry about the war on terror, Iraq, national security, and how he would change America's foreign policy if he becomes president. Discussion of the errors of President George W. Bush concerning the war on terror; Claim that he would use force whenever necessary to protect America; Claim that the campaign in Iraq was unilateral and that the U.S. is carrying 90 percent of the cost and 90 percent of the casualties; Suggestion that the world is a more dangerous place as a result of Bush's policies.


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