The Amateur - Part IV, The Obama Doctrine, Chapters 17-19, The War on General Jones, Mind-Meld, The Rise of the Humanitarian Vulcans Summary & Analysis

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Part IV, The Obama Doctrine, Chapters 17-19, The War on General Jones, Mind-Meld, The Rise of the Humanitarian Vulcans Summary and Analysis

James Jones, a retired four-star Marine Corps general, combat veteran in Vietnam, serves as supreme allied commander in Europe. He was a trusted military adviser to both parties. And yet a few months after he became Obama's first national security adviser, a whispering campaign brought him down saying that he didn't work hard. He ultimately felt had had to defend himself in the press and said that Obama's Chicago team made it impossible for him to do his job. The problem with Jones was that he was non-ideological and that he did not know Obama well at all. He would endure a number of different...

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