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Lessons Of The Gulf War

May 12, 1991

Keegan says that with our great new weapons, "bombing need no longer entail the mass murder of civilian populations."

I heard that more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians died from our bombs and that more than 70,000 of those were children.

I think that if 100,000 people were killed in Los Angeles, we would call it mass murder.

L. A. HEBERLEIN

Los Angeles

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