Letters: May 12, 2003

Tyranny Tumbles

For Saddam Hussein, whose image has permeated Iraq, the most fitting end should be not only ignominy but also anonymity [COVER STORY, April 21]. Shouldn't we give Saddam the invisibility he deserves? The world should never again have to see a picture of this megalomaniac or hear a word about him. MELISSA A. BLAIR Tucson, Ariz.

It is no surprise that the most powerful military force in history has defeated Iraq. But what have we won? If this war was about making Iraqis safe, we have a long way to go. If it was about bringing democracy to Iraq,...

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