From The Publisher: Mar. 18, 1991

Since Iraq's T-72 tanks rolled into Kuwait seven months ago, special correspondent Michael Kramer has flown to Saudi Arabia on five separate occasions to report on the war. During each trip, he made sure to go to the mountainous resort of Taif to visit with Kuwait's ruling family and the government in exile. In his story this week, Kramer shares his unique perspective on the Kuwaitis and tells what he found when he entered the ransacked shell of Kuwait City with six Kuwaiti ministers.

"Nothing is working well," says Mike. "The roads are chewed up by allied bombs and clogged with...

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