Durkin, Tish
May 2002
National Journal;5/25/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 21, p1533
Evaluates the investigations on the failure of President George W. Bush administration in preventing the September 11 terrorist attacks from happening in the U.S. Nature of the investigation; Knowledge of the administration concerning the threat of terrorism prior to the attacks; Concept of intelligence community.


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