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  • The Guardian
    Blix Suspects There Are No Weapons of Mass Destruction

    The chief UN weapons inspector, Hans Blix, said yesterday that he suspected that Iraq had no weapons of mass destruction,


    British Broadcasting Corporation
    Saving Private Lynch story 'flawed'

    Private Jessica Lynch became an icon of the war, and the story of her capture by the Iraqis and her rescue by US special forces became one of the great patriotic moments of the conflict.


    Washington Post
    A Familiar Odor

    WHEN PRESIDENT BUSH was running for office, he spent a good deal of time promising to restore dignity to the White House. No Lincoln Bedroom sleepovers or White House coffees. But it didn't take too long for the Bush White House to make the same discovery as its predecessors: the enormous money-raising potential of an incumbent administration...


    Speak Out!
    by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

    And a vast paranoia sweeps across the land
    And America turns the attack on its Twin Towers
    Into the beginning of the Third World War
    The war with the Third World


    New York Times
    The China Syndrome

    A funny thing happened during the Iraq war: many Americans turned to the BBC for their TV news. They were looking for an alternative point of view something they couldn't find on domestic networks, which, in the words of the BBC's director general, "wrapped themselves in the American flag and substituted patriotism for impartiality."



    by Celeste Moore

    2002 Gulf War Statistics

  • 696,661 U.S. troops served in the Gulf War between August 2, 1990 and July 31, 1991 -- these are considered "Gulf War Conflict" veterans by the VA;
  • As many as 100,000 U.S. troops were exposed to repeated low-levels of chemical warfare agents, including sarin, cyclosarin...

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