by Max Brantley
We're steered to an Esquire magazine article by Wesley Clark about war planning in which he opines:
But in the cold analysis of national power, when somebody says, "The Russians have moved into Georgia, what should we do?" the fact that you feel a personal relationship with people wearing a uniform, and hug 'em the right way -- that doesn't necessarily mean you're going to make a wiser decision about the use of U. S. national power.
He begins his piece with an anecdote about his Boys Club camp director. Who would that have been?
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