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Why isn’t the U.S. going after N. Korea?

Kathryn Preston

Dear Editor,

Here are a few interesting stats compiled by colleagues of mine. I would like to share them with your readers in the interests of raising awareness.

According to human rights groups, the most brutal regime in the world is the one in North Korea. The second most brutal is the Saudi royal family in Saudi Arabia. The third is Saddam Hussein’s regime. Thinking persons need to ask this question: Why is the Bush administration so focused on removing regime No. 3, and not Nos. 1 and 2?

Kathryn Preston

Carbondale


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