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Special Plans: The Blogs on Douglas Feith & the Faulty Intelligence That Led to War

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The author has pulled together the most informative and entertaining writing to highlight the role Douglas Feith has played in managing the Iraq War.
Paperback, 121 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by William James & Company
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Brett
Mar 31, 2010 Brett rated it liked it
Very short book on the career and exploits of Douglas Feith, the man that headed the ominously named Office of Special Plans within the Pentagon during the Bush administration, and played a key role in fabricating the intelligence that led the United States to war with Iraq. The pieces in the book are taken from the posts of liberal blogs during and after the lead up to the war. Some are very short--a page or two--and some are a little longer. As you can imagine, some are better than others as ...more
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