From David Brooks's column in the New York Times today:
"Correction: In Tuesday's column I quoted the European Commission's president, Romano Prodi, telling the Italian newspaper La Stampa that force was not the answer to terrorism. I was relying on an Agence France-Presse translation, which was incorrect. Prodi actually said force should not be the only answer to terrorism. He said terrorism would not abate until the Israeli-Palestinian dispute was resolved."
In other words, as Emily Latella would say,"Never mind."comments powered by Disqus
William Marina - 3/21/2004
I had sent Brooks an email earlier today congratulating him on gtting it correct in the last paragraph.
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