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Smith, M. (Writer & Producer), & Campbell, M. (Executive Director).

(2003).  Truth, war, and consequences. [Television

series episode]. In D. Fanning (Executive Producer), Frontline.

Boston: WBGH.

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Sadly, as a report by Frontline shows (2003), Americans were misled by their government, and the result is a war that has brought suffering here and abroad, and contributed little to the anti-terrorism effort.

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Letters sent to president Dwight D. Eisenhower on the Brown

vs. Board of Education Decision. (2004, May 17). All Things

Considered. [Radio News Program]. Retrieved from Lexis-Nexis.

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The racial hypocrisy of 1950s America is readily seen in a letter by Ann Grinham to President Eisenhower protesting the Brown v. Board of Education decision (Letters, 2004). She writes “Of course we believe in equal rights. Educate the Negroes, give them advantages, but by all means, keep them to themselves.” Her comments, of course, raise an obvious question: how does being kept to yourself reconcile with equal rights?

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U.S. State Department. (1994). County reports on human rights

practices for 1993: Iraq. In County Reports on Human Rights

Practices for 1993 (pp. 1184-1193). Washington, DC: U.S.

Government Printing Office.

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The United States State Department (1993) concluded that Iraq's human rights did not reach accepted standards (U. S. State Department, 1994).  At this time, it did not suggest going to war to help the country improve its human rights standards.