• General Wesley K. Clark on War

  • Past, Present, and Future at the 92nd Street Y
  • By: Wesley K. Clark
  • Narrated by: Amy Goodman
  • Length: 1 hr and 29 mins
  • Speech
  • Release date: 10-26-07
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: 92nd Street Y
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (8 ratings)

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Editorial Reviews

In this 2007 program from the eminent cultural institution 92nd Street Y, retired four-star general Wesley K. Clark joins Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman in a discussion of armed conflicts and their military leaders. General Clark, who edited the Great Generals series for Palgrave, begins by analyzing the strengths and flaws of some of America's most celebrated generals: Patton, LeMay, Eisenhower, and Grant. Clark is a registered Democrat who ran for president in 2004. He is critical of George W. Bush and the Iraq War. Goodman asks the tough questions about impeachment, Rumsfeld, Guantanamo, and more touchy subjects, and the live audience follows up with challenging inquiries of its own.
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Publisher's Summary

Four-star General Wesley Clark speaks with Amy Goodman on the effects of war today. Throughout the program, Clark explains some of the characteristics needed for proper leadership of a war. From there, he tells us why, especially in our current political environment, war should be a last resort.
© and (P)2006 92nd Street Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association
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