“The tedious, self-serving volume is filled with efforts
to blame others… It is a book that
suffers from many of the same flaws that led the administration into
what George Packer of The New Yorker has called “a needlessly deadly”
undertaking — that is, cherry-picked data, unexamined assumptions and an
unwillingness to re-examine past decisions.”
So says Michiko Kakutani of the NY Times. Sorry, Rummy!
Rumsfeld has few regrets, no regrets, no regrets and the odd twinge of regret, according to other reviewers.
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