War in Iraq

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Title: War in Iraq
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Subject: History
Date: October 3, 1998
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Thus, at this point there was no valid reason or a consensus by the United Nations to invade. Convinced of the fact that he still believed weapons of mass destruction existed, President Bush stepped away from the United Nations inspection process and threatened Sadaam Hussein with an attack if he did not disarm...
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This decision to act without the support of the United Nations and other world powers left us vulnerable to the uncertainties and strength that could have been utilized if continued talks and inspections went forward. Continued inspections would have shown the American people as well as the rest of the world that Sadaam Hussein indeed was not harboring any weapons of mass destruction, thereby eliminating the need to go to war...
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