Alexis Madrigal over at the Atlantic has uncovered a fascinating -- and, frankly, scary -- peek at what U.S. foreign policy really looked like when Donald Rumsfeld had power.
His find? A message the former Secretary of Defense sent in 2003 to then Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Douglas Feith.
Look at the memo below -- which Madrigal says comes right from Rumsfeld's Web site. It defies explanation.
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