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Anthraz and Iraq/not Iraq

I have been asked to forward this to the list, and am happy
to do so in relation to the debates about whether or not 
Iraq is linked to the current anthrax atacks


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given the current paronia about anthrax, and attempts to
it to Iraq, I thought this article might be useful for your list
members. It is published by the Center for Disease Control (US)

"The Prospect of Domestic Bioterrorism"

Although a little dated (1999), the data in the table is very

This is not a new phenomenon in the US - 1202 receiving medical
treatment of some kind for anthrax attacks (1998). The means of delivery
included the mail. Some interesting organizations listed.

Perhaps it will put the issue in some perspective?

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Dr. Eric Herring
Department of Politics
University of Bristol
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