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Posted December 18, 2008
In this book The General and co-writer talk about the United State's power, abilities, influence, and status in the post Cold War era. He talks about his experiences as a soldier from Vietnam to the current Iraq War and his experiences as a diplomat. He talks about how politicians only look at the situation form their point of view and don't take into account what Zinni calls "The foxhole view" which is the views of the soldiers and commanders that are in the middle of the whole mess on the ground. I would recommend this book for politicians, military buffs/soldiers, historians, and anyone looking for a good research paper or discussion topic.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.