You Know We're Really Screwed When ... Even The Anti-War Propaganda Has A Pro-War Bias

At A Tiny Revolution (good blog!), Jonathan Schwarz has been highlighting a new book by former U.S. Army colonel Andrew Bacevich [photo], who is now a professor of history and international relations at Boston University.

Bacevich's new book is called "The Limits of Power: The End of American Exceptionalism" and in it he hits some "notes" that I consider "right", such as the assertion (which is, or is close to, the central thesis of his book) that

the lessons drawn from America's post-9/11 military experience are the wrong ones.
I agree with Bacevich when he says
America doesn't need a bigger army. It needs a smaller -- that is, more modest -- foreign policy.
But I found it hard not to gag ...

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Why, in a spirit of fairness, don't you work Bacevich's dead son into your text.


In a spirit of fairness I have decided not to write about Mr. Bacevich's family.

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