Reviews Editor's Introduction

@article{Berg2001ReviewsEI,
  title={Reviews Editor's Introduction},
  author={John C. Berg},
  journal={New Political Science},
  year={2001},
  volume={25},
  pages={129 - 143}
}
It is hard to write about anything besides the US attack on Iraq. President Bush and his team seem absolutely determined to have a war, and Congress, which the US Constitution assigns the responsibility for declarations of war, has abdicated that responsibility, voting by a large margin, and in advance, to give the president a free rein. Yet there is hope. At a recent peace rally on Boston Common, the actor Tim Robbins pointed out that it had taken years of war in Vietnam before a crowd of that… Expand
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