U.S. Aid Is Lost in the Fog of War

Stiff Iraqi resistance is stalling relief, making President Bush's pledge to send plenty of humanitarian help tough to fulfill

Even before the opening shots of the Battle for Baghdad were fired, President George W. Bush went to great lengths to advance his other war -- the one that's aimed at winning the hearts and minds of 23 million Iraqis. Like the real war, this one may be no cakewalk, either.

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