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Iraq War Reader History, Documents, Opinions

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ISBN-10: 0743253477

ISBN-13: 9780743253475

Edition: 2003

Authors: Micah L. Sifry, Christopher Cerf

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List price: $18.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Touchstone
Publication date: 5/6/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 736
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.936
Language: English

Christopher Cerf is an Emmy and Grammy award-winning author, composer, and producer. A charter contributing editor of the National Lampoon, Cerf has written more than 300 songs for Sesame Street and co-edited the celebrated newspaper parody Not The New York Times.

Introduction and Acknowledgments
Sins Of The Fathersone
Roots of Conflict: 1915-1989 Imperial Legacy
The Rise of
What Washington Gave Saddam for Christmas
The Men Who Helped the Man Who Gassed His Own People
The First Gulf War
Realpolitik in the Gulf: A Game Gone Tilt Christopher
The Glaspie Transcript: Saddam Meets the U.S. Ambassador
The Experts Speak on the Coming Gulf War edited
How Saddam Misread the United States
Aftermaths Of The Gulf Warthree
Saddam Survives"We Have Saddam Hussein Still Here"
Why We Didn''t Go to Baghdad
Why the Uprisings Failed Faleh
How Saddam Held On to Power
Four Casualties of War What Bodies?
Remember Nayirah, Witness for Kuwait?
"Thank God for the Patriot Missile!" edited
Try to Assassinate ex-President Bush in 1993? A Case Not Closed Seymour
Five Sanctions and Inspections
A Backgrounder on Inspections and Sanctions
The Inspections and the U.N.
The Blackest of Comedies
The Hijacking of Unscom
The Scenes with the Iraqi Nuclear Bomb
Six New Storms Brewing
An Open Letter to President Clinton
"Remove Saddam from Power"
Project for the New American Century Statement
Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders World Islamic Front Televised Address to the Nation
"The Costs of Action Must be Weighed Against the Price of Inaction" President
War With Iraqseven
The Impact of September 11th
Reflections on September 11th
Voices of Moral Obtuseness
Against the War Metaphor
An Open Letter to President Bush: "Lead the World to Victory"
Project for the New American Century A Year Later
What the Right and Left
Better Safe Than Sorry Mona Charen
The Enemy Within
"First They Came for the Muslims..."
Lewis Not the War We Needed
The Bush Doctrine
What to Do About Iraq
State of the Union Speech
The Axis of Evil President
The Next World Order
No Meeting in Prague
Remarks at West Point
"New Threats Require New Thinking" President
The New Bush Doctrine
Inside the Secret War Council
The Country Debates Going to WarWar on What?
The White House and the Debate
About Whom to Fight Next
Don''t Attack Saddam Brent Scowcroft Remarks to the Veterans of Foreign Wars
"The Risks of Inaction Are Far Greater Than the Risk of Action" Vice President
Drain the Swamp and There Will Be No More Mosquitoes
That Won''t Be Asked About Iraq Congressman
The War Party''s Imperial Plans Pat Buchanan Speech to the UN General Assembly
"I Stand Before You Today a Multilaterialist" U.N. Secretary General
Speech to the UN General Assembly: "A Grave and Gathering Danger..." President
Peace Puzzle
Stuck to the U.N.
Tar Baby George Will Against a Doctrine of Pre-emptive War Former Vice President
Why We Hate Them
What''s Missing in the Iraq Debate Peggy Noonan Wars Are Never Fought for Altruistic Reasons
We Don''t Need No Stinkin'' Proof!
The President''s Real Goal in Iraq
The Imperialism Canard
The Debate in Congress
Of Pre-emption and Appeasement, Box-Cutters and Liquid Gold: Excerpts from the October 10, 2002
House Debate Representatives
Letter to Senator Bob Graham
CIA Director George Tenet Iraq''s
Disarmament is Impossible
Without Regime Change Senator
No Place for Kings in America Senator
Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution of 2002
Regime Change
Why and Why Not
Two Faces
One Terror Fouad Ajami Deciphering the Bush Administration''s Motives
Can We Really Deter a Nuclear-Armed Saddam?
Why Saddam
Wants Weapons of Mass Destruction
An Unnecessary War
Suicide from Fear of Death?
Bring Back the Draft Representative
The United States Has Gone Mad
Why I Am for Regime Change