The Phantom Link

Two years after the Twin Towers fell, nearly 7 in 10 Americans remain convinced that Saddam Hussein played a part in the Sept. 11 attacks--despite the fact that no evidence has been found of such a role. Critics of the Bush Administration charge that the President and his top advisers waged a subtle campaign of insinuation in trying to make the case for war by frequently mentioning Sept. 11 and Saddam in the same breath--while carefully acknowledging, when pressed, that there was no specific link between the two. Critics had another reason to howl last week when Vice President Dick Cheney,...

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