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"LeMay’s operation really served as an important trial balloon to see how the American public would respond to the mass killing of enemy civilians.... To the surprise of many in Washington, however, the American public voiced no real objection."
SOURCE: New York Times
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Malcolm Gladwell's new study of the US Air Force unexpectedly rehabilitates the image of General Curtis LeMay.
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