Public Hearings On United States War Crimes

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Public Hearings On United States War Crimes
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Public Hearings On United States War Crimes. - Series of five group talks and presentations which examine United States actions in the Gulf War: motives for war, American foreign policy, military actions, and the impact upon the peoples and environment of the Middle East. CONTENT: Panel 3. pt.5. U.S. bombing : theu srugical myth of the Gulf War / Paul Walker (15 min.) -- pt.6. Impact of the War on African countries / Dr. Margarita Samad-Matias (15 min.). RECORDED: Stuyvesant HIgh School, New York, 11 May 1991.

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