George Will appears to have regained his equilibrium when it comes to Iraq. Will returns to first principles, in his case, Madison’s. These principles lead him to conclude that the violent factions in Iraq “must be violently suppressed,” with, one hopes, significant help from new Iraqi forces seen to be working in tandem with elected Iraqi authorities.
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