The Right Stuff

Pillar, Paul R.
September 2007
National Interest;Sep/Oct2007, Issue 91, p53
The article focuses on a report that the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence issued on July 2004. The report contains three classified, community-coordinated assessments about Iraq that the intelligence community produced in the months prior to the war, including the intelligence estimate on Iraqi unconventional weapons program.


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