Congress Reacts to U.S. Air Strikes Against Libya Ca. 1986Unknown - 1986
In 1986 President Ronald Reagan ordered air strikes against military targets within Libya after American intelligence officers discovered that Libyan agents had planted a bomb in a West Berlin nightclub that killed one American soldier and injured 50 others. The move was popular within Congress and the American people, but elicited worldwide criticism.
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Copyright Date: ©1986
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