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Husband and wife take stage in debate on Afghanistan

Frequent targets of the left speak out

'INTELLECTUALLY HONEST' Frederick and Kimberly (left) Kagan served on the advisory panel that helped McChrystal form his classified assessment calling for more troops. 'INTELLECTUALLY HONEST'
Frederick and Kimberly (left) Kagan served on the advisory panel that helped McChrystal form his classified assessment calling for more troops.
By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / October 11, 2009

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WASHINGTON - As intellectual architects of the controversial “surge’’ strategy in Iraq in 2007, military scholars Frederick and Kimberly Kagan have been frequent targets of the left, derided as “warmongers’’ and “cheerleaders’’ of the neoconservative ideology that advocates a muscular foreign policy to spread American values. (Full article: 964 words)

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