Sunday, February 02, 2003

Anti-War Academics in U.S. See Hopes Fading
"Phyllis Bennis of the Institute of Policy Studies, a liberal Washington think-tank which has opposed an invasion of Iraq, said the United States was approaching France and other key nations with a mixture of bribes and veiled threats. For example, if war comes and Saddam is deposed, billions of dollars of contracts could soon become available for reconstruction projects in Iraq. Countries which opposed the fighting might find themselves cut out of the action."

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