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Profile: Hubert G. Locke, a retired professor and former dean of the Daniel J. Evans Graduate School of Public Affairs at the University of Washington

 
  

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Quote, July 26, 2002

   “It is of more than passing interest that the war-drum beating regarding Saddam and Iraq has had an inverse relation to the Dow-Jones Industrial Average; as the latter has plummeted, the former has intensified. George W. Bush wouldn't be the first national leader to launch a war that effectively managed to divert attention from a shattered economy.” [Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 7/26/02]

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