Comment: I would maybe vote this up if

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I would maybe vote this up if

I would maybe vote this up if it wasn't for the writer's flawed history on the Korean War. It was Harry Trumen and John Foster Dulles who did't give the military a clear objective in Korea (just like Vietnam) that created the failures, not MacArthur. Ultimately, it is the commander-in-chief who bears the responsiblity for wars, but too often they get all the credit for the victories, but not the losses.