Thanks for posting this. It's one of the talks I found when I was doing research
for my own article 11 - 12 years ago. I think it's quite clear that any invasion
of Iraq would not meet Pres. McKay's qualifications. But that's my opinion. Now
that the mid-term elections are about to be determined, I think we'll hear a lot
less about war with Iraq in any case.

Gary Smith wrote:

> Here's a talk given in the April 1942 Gen Conference by Pres David O
> McKay on war and the reasons to enter in. I found it very interesting.
> The only question after this that I have then, is whether the US is
> starting a war with Iraq or just continuing a war with Iraq....
> Hmmmmm....

Marc A. Schindler
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