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Take, for instance, this "Future of Iraq Project" State Department briefing (pdf), dated November 1, 2002, which reads like one of those reports written by the loser you always picked to be "secretary" when the teacher made you break up into groups in high school (if you happen to have been one of those losers, well, what can I say?). It lists the bullet-pointed accomplishments of various Working Groups--Democratic Principles, Civil Society Capacity-Building, *cough* Oil & Energy, etc.--with brilliant observations like, "Develop plans for job creation," and "Plan for how to establish culture of respect for human rights and the rule of law." Hey, great ideas, guys. Way to think ahead. It's War by Powerpoint Presentation.
But the beautiful thing is what remains classified. Some of the pages toward the end are redacted. Like these:
Of course, it's entirely possible that the originals were blank to begin with.