Thursday, January 22, 2004


Prewar analysis, postwar anger.
A Globe review of hundreds of pages of Clark's public statements on the Iraq war finds the retired general consistent on many points over the past two years. He criticized Bush from the outset as giving up on diplomacy and inadequately planning for the war's aftermath.
Excellent research on Clark's comments about the Iraq war, both before and after he became a candidate.

The best analysis I've seen.

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