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Americas Failure In Iraq (402 pages 198 photographs 2 maps) explores the involvement of the United States in Iraq beginning with the Gulf War of 1991 under the 'leadership' of President George H.W. Bush and Colin Powell.   It continues through the post-war years of the impotent United Nations sanctions that destroyed the Iraqi economy the events of September 11 2001 and the ineptitude of our nations senior leadership that culminated with the US invasion of Iraq in the spring of 2003.   The termination of the Gulf War was one of the worst political-military decisions of modern times.   But the invasion of Iraq by his son 12 years later led the United States into a 'mini-Vietnam' scenario that has split our nation down the middle again.  

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