Bock, Harvey N.; Dobrilla, Paolo; Glazer, Nathan; Mylroie, Laurie
October 1999
New Republic;10/18/99, Vol. 221 Issue 16, p4
Presents letters to the editor. Comments on an article that equates teaching multiple cultural perspectives with teaching both evolution and creationism; Discussion of the support that Iraqi opposition needs from the U.S. to overthrow Iraqi President Saddam Hussein; Comments on Iraq's unconventional weapons programs; Determination of Saddam Hussein to retain chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons.


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