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Iraqi’s Book Takes on U.S. Mismanagement

In a rueful reflection on what might have been, an Iraqi government insider details in 500 pages the U.S. occupation’s “shocking” mismanagement of his country _ a performance so bad, he writes, that by 2007 Iraqis had “turned their backs on their would-be liberators.” “The corroded and corrupt state of Saddam was replaced by the corroded, inefficient, incompetent and corrupt state of the new order,” Ali A. Allawi concludes in “The Occupation of Iraq,” newly published by Yale University Press. Full Story

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