(1) He came back from Baghdad with no progress at all in getting Saddam Hussein to withdraw from Kuwait. (2) ...in having Saddam Hussein withdraw from Kuwait. I learned "have someone do" is more "imperative, bossy" than "get someone to do." Does that rule apply here? I mean, I thought (1) implies "we (the United Nations, the USA, etc.) asked Saddam to withdraw his troops from Kuwait", while (2) implies "we coercively drove Saddaum out of Kuwait." Is my interpretation wrong?