Shock and Awe

March 2012
Freethought Today;Mar2012, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p15
The article presents information on the invasion of Iraq by the U.S. employed a tactic called Shock and Awe, which is a military doctrine that uses brutal levels of power and force.


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