Last night, in New York City, Ramsey Clark, former attorney general under the Johnson administration, was speaking to a group of peace advocates. In opening comments to a group of four hundred, the moderator of the event asserted that George Bush’s war on terrorism will spread to Somalia, Sudan and very likely Iraq. One man in the packed house started clapping – his clapping was not an awkward miscalculation. He was letting the crowd know he would applaud a war in Iraq. The crowd let him know they were opposed to an expanding war.
Bill C. Davis