The Rumsfeld Revolt.

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"The Rumsfeld Revolt."

Despite repeated claims by Bush officials that key strategic decisions in Iraq were being made by soldiers in the field, “a common thread in [the] complaints [from retired generals] has been an assertion that Mr. Rumsfeld and his aides too often inserted themselves unnecessarily into military decisionmaking, often disregarding advice from military commanders.”

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