Donald Rumsfeld: Rumsfeld’s Rules


Rumsfeld’s Rules
Advice on government, business and life.By Donald RumsfeldThe Wall Street Journal, Monday, January 29, 2001

Many of these rules, reflections and quotations came from my role as chairman of the “transition team” for President Ford and my service as White House chief of staff. Others came from experiences as a U.S. naval aviator, a member of Congress, ambassador to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, secretary of defense, presidential Middle East envoy, business executive, chairman of the U.S. Ballistic Missile Threat Commission, and other experiences. These reflections and quotations have been gathered over the past 40 years. Credit is given where known. As the quotation has it, “If it’s not true, it’s still well founded.” — Unknown

Rumsfeld’s Rules

English: President Gerald Ford and Secretary D...

English: President Gerald Ford and Secretary Don Rumsfeld. See http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2002/06/images/20020624-3_d062402-515h.html. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

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