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Bush's Talk and Results on AIDS
Sebastian Mallaby comes to the defense of the Bush administration's AIDS policy, a favorite target of AIDS activist groups and left–leaning critics:
The Bush administration's critics should give credit where it's due. And when it comes to the global AIDS crisis, it is due—big–time.
Unfortunately, criticism of U.S. AIDS policy is only a small part of a growing global movement that seeks to dismantle intellectual property rights and demonize private sector medical research. Ultimately, ideologues would like to turn pharmaceutical R&D budgets over to unelected UN bureaucrats. That movement, in the long run, is what AIDS patients really ought to fear.
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