U.S. military shouldn't take the lead in Libya

March 19, 2011

The U. N. Security Council's resolution authorizing the use of force in Libya was the easy part. Now, who will direct military action? Which nations will participate?

The U.S. should not be involved in directing the action. It must be a team effort with our country only helping out in the effort.

Richard L. Lelonek, Baltimore

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