The power of a radical few

Newsom, David D.
March 1996
Christian Science Monitor;3/13/96, Vol. 88 Issue 74, p20
Reports that suicide bombings in Israel demonstrate the determination of a few individuals to derail foreign policies. Bombings as a threat to innocent lives; Toughening of United States policies toward Cuba; Lists of elements bombings have in common.


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