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Extra info for The Economist - 03 November 2001
The past also provides reason for optimism. The Bush administration's favourite historian is Jay Winik. The president is apparently reading his book, “April 1865: the Month that Saved America” (HarperCollins), and the vice-president recently invited him to dinner to reflect on some lessons of history. Mr Winik points out that most American wars have started poorly. During the civil war, Abraham Lincoln at first called up the troops for a mere three months. Congressmen were so confident of victory that they turned up to watch the battle of Manassas with their wives, parasols and picnic baskets.
This is still not enough to make the Taliban run,” he says. Copyright © 2006 The Economist Newspaper and The Economist Group. All rights reserved. About sponsorship The West's favourite warlord As good as it gets Nov 1st 2001 | FAISABAD From The Economist print edition Ismail Khan, a moderate Afghan leader, is a bright spot in a gloomy landscape AP AMONG all the gangsters, warlords, tribal chieftains and plain bigots who make up Afghanistan's political spectrum, one man stands out as something rather better: a soft-spoken 60-year-old former army officer called Ismail Khan.
Copyright © 2006 The Economist Newspaper and The Economist Group. All rights reserved. About sponsorship Argentina's economy Down, and almost out, in Buenos Aires Nov 1st 2001 | BUENOS AIRES From The Economist print edition AP Argentina's defence of its currency board looks close to ending in defeat and default. What went wrong? Get article background AT DUSK in a gritty backstreet of Mataderos, a Buenos Aires suburb that was once a centre of the international meat trade, a ragged line of several hundred people spills out from the Caras Sucias (“Dirty Faces”) charity soup kitchen into the square outside.
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