The Fog of War (2003)

Award-winning filmmaker Errol Morris presents an amazing documentary about Robert McNamara, U.S. Secretary of State, 1961-68.  The film opens the door into what was really going on when the Kennedy Administration handled the Cuban Missile Crisis... as well as how Vietnam policy dramatically changed once Kennedy was no longer in office. Robert McNamara gives us 11 lessons that America needs to learn so that we don't make the same mistakes twice.

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