Weighing Powell's Evidence

Some 60% of respondents to our online survey still don't think the Bush Administration has made a persuasive case against Iraq

Despite the photos and documents that Secretary of State Colin Powell unveiled at a meeting of the U.N. Security Council on Feb. 5, BusinessWeek Online readers continue to be divided over the question of whether Iraq has weapons of mass destruction -- and whether the U.S. should attack that country to unseat dictator Saddam Hussein. Those are the findings of our Feb. 6 Reader Survey.

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