Trading with the Enemy
In March, President Bush marked the six-month anniversary of September 11 by warning us once again of the peril posed by weapons of mass destruction. From the south lawn of the White House, he cautioned that “terrorist groups are hungry for these weapons, and would use them without a hint of conscience.” The result, he said, would be “blackmail, genocide, and chaos.”
About the Author
Gary Milhollin is the director, and Valerie Lincy is a research associate, at the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control in Washington D.C.