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The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons of the Life of Robert S. McNamara is a captivating documentary following the actions of the former Secretary of Defense. While following the life of McNamara in his days as a statistical analyst for the Air Force, his days as the President of Ford Motor Company, and his eventual rise to Secretary of Defense, we gain a better understanding of McNamara and his actions during the Vietnam War. Though the documentary partly functions as an apology for McNamaraï¿ 1/2(TM)s career, Errol Morris more effectively defends against the use of nuclear power in our war and disagreements with other countries. Through a multitude of interviews with McNamara and a few of his colleagues in the Pentagon and in Ford Motor Company, we see that despite the policy of the President towards Vietnam, McNamara believed that nuclear war wasnï¿ 1/2(TM)t the answer. Overall, the film is informative, enjoyable, and I believe that it is a must watch for those who want a full knowledge of American history. While the intended audience is most likely those who are torn on what stance to take on the use of nuclear arms and already know who Robert McNamara is, I would also recommend it to the younger generation of high school and college students.