Q&A with Andrew Cockburn
Andrew Cockburn talked about his book Rumsfeld: His Rise, Fall, and Catastrophic Legacy, published by Scribner. He characterized Rumsfeld as “one of the worst secretaries of Defense in history.” Topics included Rumsfeld’s style, his resignation, his relationship with Richard Cheney, his earlier desire to become president of the U.S., and his involvement in decisions about the war in Iraq. Mr. Cockburn also talked about some of his other books. close
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Andrew Cockburn Contributing Writer Smithsonian Magazine
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