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Summary: Rumsfeld: Review and Analysis of Andrew Cockburn's Book

The must-read summary of Andrew Cockburn's book: "Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall, and Catastrophic Legacy".

This complete summary of "Rumsfeld" by Andrew Cockburn, a prominent journalist, provides an assessment of the life of Rumsfeld, the man who is partly responsible for the state of the US military in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. In his book, the author presents the argument that Rumsfeld was driven by a need to dominate human encounters and was unable to accept responsibility for the errors in his judgment. This scathing piece of investigative journalism casts light on some of the damning mistakes made by this influential public figure.

Added-value of this summary:
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• Understand Rumsfeld's role in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
• Expand your knowledge of American politics and foreign policy

To learn more, read "Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall, and Catastrophic Legacy" exposes the decisions made by Rumsfeld between 2001 and 2006 and the disaster he left behind as a result.

Publisher: Primento Digital ISBN: 9782511001561 Pages: 44