The Guardian Asks Readers for Help Digesting the Chilcot Report

Interesting: The Guardian is asking its users to help it read the Chilcot Report. “The revelations, contained in a lengthy report by government adviser John Chilcot, point to a British government that relied on faulty intelligence and was overly hawkish when there were non-military alternatives to war. But there’s a lot more detail in the report, which is 2.6 million words long. For comparison, that’s four times longer than ‘War and Peace,’ Leo Tolstoy’s mammoth novel about the French invasion of Russia.”

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