Alternate futures for war on terror

Greenberg, Paul
October 2006
Indianapolis Business Journal;10/2/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 30, p4B
The article focuses on President George W. Bush's strategy in the war against terrorism. Fair-minded Americans will recognize the sincerity of the president but reasonable men may agree or disagree with the president's policy. The president could have treated terrorism as a matter of law enforcement rather than war after the 9/11 attacks. But he decided to move boldly against a great and growing threat.


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