The New Yorker’s Jane Mayer on the Military’s Antiwar Role

On yesterday’s Fresh Air, Jane Mayer, author of a splendid dissection of the power of Cheney’s counsel, David Addington, in the New Yorker last week, supported the theory that the military is now the thinktank for the antiwar movement. Bravely and almost from the beginning, she said, the military have framed the strongest arguments against the Bush Administration’s strategy for fighting the war on terror. Alas, no transcript, I was in the car; I’m collecting string on this…

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