Practice Makes Perfect

Prepping for World Wars IV, V, and VI

The Pentagon promises it's studying the lessons of Iraq. Lawrence Di Rita, a special assistant to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, told the press that wars to come will look less like a process of distinct stages and more like a continuum. "This is the future for the world we're in at the moment," he said. "We'll get better as we do it more often."—Los Angeles Times, July 18, 2003


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Mondo Washington this week:

  • Guerrillas in the Midst Death Hits Mr. Rumsfeld's Neighborhoods
  • Practice Makes Perfect Prepping for World Wars IV, V, and VI
  • Power Over the People Bill Clintonóthe Man Behind the Patriot Act
  • Congress's Dubious Medicare Reform How a New Prescription-Drug Plan Could Drive Up Prices for the Elderly
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