Dyson on Rumsfeld Movie

Over at the Monkey Cage, Professor Stephen Dyson reviewed the new Errol Morris movie “The Unknown Known” about former secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld. Comparing the movie with Morris’s earlier filmic portrait of Robert McNamara, Dyson writes ‘I have watched The Fog of War many times, and have come to think of it as McNamara arguing his case before a sort of celestial high court, waiting to see whether he is going up or will be sent down at the end of his life. If this is Rumsfeld’s trial, the defense has decided to filibuster.’ Congratulations!

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