Clarke's Charges Capture Americans' Attention

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A new poll concludes nearly 90 percent of Americans are aware of former counter-terrorism official Richard Clarke and his new book, in which he charges the Bush administration didn't do enough to prevent the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The charges challenge President Bush's strength on national security, on which he is campaigning for re-election. Hear NPR's Greg Allen.



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