“No one was more prescient than James Fallows about the war in Iraq and what it would entail.”
“The Iraq imbroglio has produced some amazing and, for war supporters, painful essays. . . . Blind Into Baghdad . . . show[s] that most of what happened in postwar Iraq was predicted prewar by government analysts. It’s just that their reports were suppressed or ignored by the people making the decisions.”
–David Brooks, The New York Times
The Fifty-First State?
Blind into Baghdad
Bush’s Lost Year
Why Iraq Has No Army
Will Iran Be Next?