War on Terrorism and Consequences for the U.S.
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This essay argues that the American "war on terrorism" as manifested in the war in Iraq and pressure on the American media have costs which are unacceptable to the United States. First, the writer maintains that the incursion into Iraq is a failure. It is causing more violence than it is preventing, and the notion that the United States can train an Iraqi army to support the government there is increasing becoming a myth. The writer discusses that the Bush war on the press at home raises equally troubling problems.
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