Intelligence Gathering and its Use

American soldiers face a guerrilla war in Iraq. A governing council tries to take hold. And in Washington, scrutiny over what President Bush should and shouldn't have said as he made the case for war. Host Neal Conan and his guests discuss the latest news from Iraq and from Washington.

Guests:

Col. Sam Gardiner
*Retired U.S. Air Force

Bruce Berkowitz
*Research fellow at the Hoover Institution
*Author of The New Face of War: How War Will Be Fought in The 21st Century (Free Press 2003)

David Gergen
*Director for the Center of Public Leadership at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
*Editor-at-large for U.S. News and World Report *former White House adviser to four presidents: Nixon, Ford, Reagan, Clinton
*President Reagan's director of Communications

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