A few good men and women

Tatum, Wilbert A.
May 2007
New York Amsterdam News;5/31/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 23, p12
The article offers the author's views regarding the Iraq war and steps that should be taken to maintain security in the U.S. The author presents his views on U.S. President George W. Bush's policies on the Iraq war. The author comments that people who believed in the safety and importance of the U.S. have been trying to find a way back to the heart of a time when they felt that the country was important and that there was time, energy, strength and commitment, to do what is right for the world.


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