Bush Takes Iraq Case to AmericansPlay
The speech is aimed at Democrats who say President Bush has not yet made a clear case for deposing Saddam Hussein. The speech is also expected to try to appeal to other world powers to support a proposed United Nation's Security Council resolution, ordering Iraq to submit to weapons inspections at any place, any time.
Did President Bush make the case for military action?
Stephen Walt, Academic Dean and Professor of International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government
Richard Perle, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration
Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D) Ohio
This program aired on October 7, 2002.