This chapter explains why the book calls Iraq a “neoconservative war” even though its primary executors were George Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld. It shows that while the primary responsibility for the war lies with these people, the war would not have happened without neoconservative encouragement and practical support.
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