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On the eve of the war he cheered on, as he celebrated the fact that "the debate is over" and war was imminent and inevitable, he identically vowed: "Events will show who was right, George W. Bush or Jacques Chirac." Soon we would know.
Greenwald, Glenn (September 25, 2009). "David Brooks: our nation's premier expert warrior". Salon. Retrieved on May 24, 2011. 

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