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									         Bush’s Predicament in Iraq
           An Outcome of a (Mis)conception of Modernity

                                               Zaid N. Mahir
                                              University of Baghdad

On the first anniversary of 9/11, George W. Bush wrote that the
ideal of freedom had been the target of the World Trade Center attackers
and concluded, “as the greatest power on earth we have an obligation to help
the spread of freedom.” David Harvey, who cites this statement in his A Brief
History of Neoliberalism (2005, 6), places it and other
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