"Kaplan and Kristol argue that to understand the choice we face in dealing with Saddam, it is necessary to go beyond the details of his weapons of mass destruction, his violence against his own people and others, and his flouting of U.N. resolutions. They believe the choice is whether the twenty-first century will see a world of civilized norms that is congenial to America, or a world where dictators feel no constraints against developing terror weapons and no compunction about using them at home and abroad and in support of terrorism."--BOOK JACKET.
Saddam's Tyranny -- 1. Tyranny at Home -- 2. Aggression Abroad -- 3. Weapons of Mass Destruction -- The American Response -- 4. Narrow Realism (Bush I) -- 5. Wishful Liberalism (Clinton) -- 6. A Distinctly American Internationalism (Bush II) -- America's Mission -- 7. From Deterrence to Preemption -- 8. From Containment to Regime Change -- 9. From Ambivalence to Leadership
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