Letters: Apr. 28, 2003

What It Takes to Win

"Sticking To His Guns," your report on President Bush's reaction to the conduct of the war, seemed to be more about the conduct of the media [COVER STORY, April 7]. The members of the press were looking as hard as they could to find something wrong with the Administration's plan. Wars are not conducted with a blueprint; they are fought minute by minute, with strategy constantly adjusted as necessary. DAVE BEDFORD Fort Pierce, Fla.

There is no shame in adjusting tactics. Our military adapted its plan to the enemy's actions. The ability to react is indicative...

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