Fighting Cynicism in Iraq

Zinsmeister, Karl
March 2006
American Enterprise;Mar2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p4
Focuses on the lesser idealism of the U.S. towards Iraq. Impact of the Iraq war on U.S. citizens; Results of the dereliction of duty in Iraq; Disappointment of the U.S. citizens regarding the lost opportunities of Iraqis for cooperation, peace and prosperity.


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