Bob Woodward's latest book on the Bush administration (following
Bush at War, 2002; and Plan of Attack, 2004) doesn't pick up where
Plan of Attack left off but instead sweeps back to offer an overview of
the Presidential life and times of George W. Bush, from the days when he first
thought seriously about running for President, through the recruitment of his
national security team, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and his second term as
President. As such, State of Denial is not the third part of a
trilogy, as it's being billed by the publisher, but an authoritative standalone
account of the road Bush and his White House cohorts have traveled to get to
The media reviews for State of Denial are mixed. While most praise the book itself, a number of reviewers comment on the considerable delta between Woodward's depiction of Bush in his first two books...
A short history of Iraq, attached to the review of The End of Iraq by Peter W Galbraith
The sidebar to Blood Brothers by Michael Weisskopf with details of the coalition and civilian body count in Iraq to date.
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