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Williams, a career Marine who insists that his thoughts are his and not to be linked to George Washington University, says he learned in Beirut and South Vietnam that his government didn't always have better information than he had -- not because officials lied but because critical details were filtered out as communiques made their way up the chain of command. "That experience," he said, "convinced me that the most senior leadership does not always have the best counsel."

And yet we're supposed to just trust that the Bush administration has good but secret reasons to attack Iraq. More and more it seems like the military is the peace movement's best friend.


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