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Assess how Saddam Hussein was a leader who believed in justice.

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I am not entirely sure that a case can be made for Saddam Hussein representing the interests of justice.  Given how he utilized murder and state sanctioned execution as a way to consolidate and expand his own power, it seems to me that control was more important to Hussein than justice.  If one operates under any reasonable understanding of justice, it would involve transparency, solutions to disputes that involve negotiated interests of...

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