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The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons of the Life of Robert McNamara directed by Errol Morris is a moving documentary that highlights the careers and life accomplishments of Robert McNamara, and discusses the many consequences and challenges of war. McNamara held several key positions throughout his life, for example he was a statistical analyst for the air force, president of Ford Motor Company, and served as the secretary of defense under presidents Kennedy and Johnson. In this film the knowledgeable McNamara discusses the Vietnam war in great detail, including his involvement in the destructive forces of nuclear weaponry, and his efforts to bring the war to an end due to his opinion that it was unnecessary and that too many lives were being lost. McNamara also includes eleven lessons that focus on war and the common misconceptions held by, or mistakes made by people, generals, and entire nations while engaged in combat.
Several of these lessons include: you canï¿ 1/2 1/2 1/2(TM)t change human nature, rationality alone will not save us, belief and seeing are often both wrong, and never say never. As the film goes more in depth into each of these lessons, one can admire the expertise and knowledge of McNamara and his analysis of the events that transpired while he served in his various callings. I believe that if all the nations of the world closely followed and respected these guidelines, there would be much less tension between nations and therefore less war.