REFORMING U.S. INTELLIGENCE After the Terrorist Attack

Eisendrath, Craig R.; Goodman, Melvin A.
November 2001
USA Today Magazine;Nov2001, Vol. 130 Issue 2678, p10
Urges the United States (U.S.) government to reassess the National Security Act of 1947, particularly the intelligence system it created. Example of terrorism-related events which federal intelligence agencies failed to predict; Failure of the Congress to monitor the operations of federal intelligence companies; Suggestions on the nature of reforming the U.S. intelligence system.


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