Anatomy of a Wrong Approach

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Author(s) David S. Broder
Source The Washington Post
Date January 18, 2007
Quotes-start.png "Given the decision that Bush has made, is there anything Congress can do to protect American interests and save as many American lives as possible? Yes, there is. The lawmakers should hold Bush and Defense Secretary Robert Gates strictly to account for monitoring the action -- or inaction -- of the Maliki government." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Iraqi government should crack down on Shiite militias on the topic Post-invasion Iraq.