Iraq: Three Viewpoints: What Should Bush Do?

The President must decide how to stabilize Iraq. A diplomat, a Senator and a general weigh in on the options

"[BUSH] MIGHT REDEFINE SUCCESS AND ANNOUNCE A QUICKER EXIT STRATEGY."

The bloody events in Iraq over the past month have raised the specter of another huge American disaster, the possibility that after again spending blood and huge treasure we will have to get out of Iraq without leaving a stable democratic government and the Middle East transformed--at least not in the way the Administration expected. As uncertainty rises in the U.S. about what we are doing in Iraq, the bipartisan consensus insists that we must "stay the course" because failure to do so will have "catastrophic" consequences for the U.S. and...

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