Justine A. Rosenthal

Director of the Council on Global Terrorism

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Justine A. Rosenthal on KCRW

President Bush has declassified about  3 pages of a 30-page National Intelligence Estimate  saying the Iraq war is a “cause celebre” that has has helped produce a new generation of…

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