Wednesday, February 18, 1998

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  • Response to Clinton’s National Address

    U.S. officials are preparing the American people for war in Iraq. President Clinton outlined the U.S. position during a broadcast speech at the Pentagon yesterday. We now turn to Baghdad, London, and Beirut for reactions to Clinton’s speech.

  • One Iraqi Student

    Earlier this week, we mentioned that one of the factors said to be influencing any US attack on Iraq might be the scheduling of Parents Day at Stanford, where Chelsea Clinton attends university.

  • Daily Peace Action

    As the nation’s leaders prepare to take this country to war, Democracy Now! continues to bring you announcements of peace actions around this country and the rest of the world.

  • Clinton’s Town Hall Meeting

    President Clinton’s top cabinet officials will make Washington’s case for air strikes in Iraq today in Columbus Ohio. Though the meeting has been dubbed a "Public Town Hall Meeting" by the administration, there are some citizens who feel it is not public enough and plan to hold an alternative meeting simultaneously outside the gates of the CNN-sponsored event.

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