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book was burnished with hundreds of footnotes and
a large online collection of supporting documentation – helpful,
as hopefully the reader of this book will agree, in reconstructing the
reasoning behind Rumsfeld’s actions. Bush’s memoir,
Decision Points , was written in an informal style and was
direct about the choices the president faced in office. Whereas
Rumsfeld’s book reconstructed the
president had effectively, though perhaps not
formally, changed his position on the question of a short or long
occupation, having before the war been in favor of a short occupation.
By the time I came in, that was gone.’ 31
He believes that in the 8 May principals committee meeting
following that lunch, he received cabinet authorization for his
approach. According to Bremer’s memoir, the president said an
understand the person with whom he was dealing. If he was comfortable
with a person then he trusted the accuracy of their information and the
quality of their judgement without much further investigation. Donald
Rumsfeld, in one of the very few comments in his memoir on the
president’s style, wrote ‘I found Bush incisive. He showed
insight into human character and, I found, often had an impressive read
Constantinople and Belgrade to ascertain whether neutral British
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Wantage, Memoir , pp.
Ibid. , p. 220
sequence. Martin is one of the world’s leading sociologists
of religion and became an Anglican priest in his fifties. (His
memoir, The Education of David Martin: The making of an unlikely
sociologist , was reviewed in the TLS of 21 February
2014.) For seven years in her youth, Armstrong was a member of a
Catholic order of sisters, the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, and
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Douglas Feith was often grouped
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process as being what one would expect of a second-tier official;
writing concept papers
the Portland Hospital, whose offer of assistance was accepted and
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tribute to the vigour of private philanthropy in South Africa, which
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