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Unformatted text preview: has sparked more hatred toward the United States which would in turn spark more terrorist and terrorist sympathizers. I think that Dunn is off base with the reality of the situation and that Robert Jervis has more of an accurate view point on Iraq. Our policy in Iraq has not sparked love for democracy or the United States. Jervis states that “in many countries, George Bush is more disliked than (Osama) bin Laden” . Jervis also goes on to say that how we deal with Iraq will be “reflected in reduced support for and cooperation with the United States. The cause for the war on terror is to stop terrorism in its tracks not create a new generation of terrorists who hate the United States even more then their parents. The war in Iraq is not helping the United States win the overall War on Terrorism....
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- Spring '08
- Al-Qaeda, War on Terrorism