What Legacy for Iraq War?

by John Glaser, December 10, 2011

For a war Americans were told was absolutely necessary for the security of the United States, an official end has come with nothing to show for it. With well over 100,000 people killed and a list of un-prosecuted war crimes, the object now is to leave while things are decent enough to look superficially acceptable. What legacy will the history books ascribe one of the most contentious wars in American history?

Read the whole article by Rebecca Santana and Robert H. Reid at the Associated Press. 

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