Schneider, William
October 2001
National Journal;10/6/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 40, p3126
Explains that the United States campaign against terrorism and is an open-ended war similar to the Cold War in which there is clear definition of victory. How the country fought the Cold War; Nature of the war on terrorism; Views of President George W. Bush on the war on terrorism.


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