Monday, April 05, 2004

Asleep on Alert (washingtonpost.com):"Is this reexamination of recent and painful history likely to make us smarter -- render us less vulnerable to future terrorist attacks? Or is it little more than Monday-morning quarterbacking, where any armchair critic can explain how the play that didn't work couldn't have worked?"

His conclusion is definitely worth reading, if only for the deliberation he undergoes before reaching it. I linked to Mr. Raspberry last week, when I read his column for the first time. This makes two weeks in a row that I've been particularly impressed with what he has to say. Read the whole thing.

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