1,927. 2/18/2001

“The new Bush administration seems to be pinning much of its hope on the Iraqi opposition, which will soon receive $29 million in aid. So far, the opposition has not amounted to much. No one in the American political or military establishment has the appetite for another war with Saddam Hussein that might settle things once and for all.”

 – Michael R. Gordon, “A Decade Beyond the Gulf War,” The New York Times, Feb. 18, 2001

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