Bush Delivers Blueprint for Homeland Security

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President Bush has announced his new strategy for security against terror. The biggest government overhaul in a half-century would merge all or parts of 22 agencies into a giant cabinet-level Department of Homeland Security. While Bush and Congressional leaders of both parties would like to produce results by September 11, both Democrats and Republicans have turf to protect and concerns that haste could jeopardize rather than enhance security. We hear more about the President-s strategy, and its chances of being enacted without substantial change, from Congressmen David Dreier and Dennis Kucinich, spokesmen from two organizations working to halt the spread of terror, Missouri-s homeland security advisor and the president of the American Civil Liberties Union.
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Counterterrorism Intelligence Capabilities and Performance Prior to 9-11

Department of Homeland Security

British Open



Warren Olney