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bolster public support for the war of the moment. — Jon Krakauer, Where Men Win Glory. NY: Bloomsbury, p. 205. Although there may well be a longstanding
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demonstrate progress in the Global War on Terror. — Jon Krakauer, "Where Men Win Glory". There has been increasing discussion of the McNamara fallacy in
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Krakauer, Jon. 2009. Where Men Win Glory, NY: Bloomsbury, p. 202. Lowry, pp.198–199 Krakauer, Jon. 2009. Where Men Win Glory. NY: Bloomsbury, p. 203
List of The Daily Show episodes (2009) (58 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article
Mesquita Book The Predictioneer's Game September 29 Ron Paul Book End The Fed September 30 Jon Krakauer Book Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman
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keep doing every single thing that needs to be done" Krakauer, Jon. Where Men Win Glory. Doubleday: New York, 2009. p.238 Id. at 206. In a classic example
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Angeles Times. Retrieved 29 October 2019. Krakauer, Jon (2009). Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman. Doubleday. p. 406. ISBN 9780385528405
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agnostic but compassionate and optimistic world-view. Krakauer, Jon Where Men Win Glory, Doubleday, 2009, pp. 116 and 314. "Tillman was an agnostic, perhaps