Up through the 1950s, there were big plans for the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. At the beginning of the decade, oil revenues grew considerably. There was money to do well with, which was invested in the future. Agriculture was able to raise production, new roads were built, and the extensive destruction was secured when the Tigris River crossed its banks.
The capital Baghdad should have . . .
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