A case for divesting in Sudan

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Author(s) Nat Hentoff
Source The Washington Times
Date October 23, 2006
URL http://www3.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20061022-110540-4901r.htm
Quotes-start.png "Do the National Foreign Trade Council lobbyists, so pleased with their "purifying" the Darfur Peace and Accountability Act, ever give a thought to the blood on the profits their clients reap from their business ventures in Sudan? Are they wholly oblivious to the mass murders and rapes -- and the slaughter of the very, very young? When I was a kid, I couldn't imagine American companies doing business with Hitler. Growing up, I found that some did. So I'm not shocked now, just disgusted. " Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Economic sanctions should be imposed on Sudan on the topic Darfur conflict.