Analysis: Reversal on Rice, Sept. 11 NPR's Melissa Block talks to NPR's Don Gonyea about President Bush's decision to allow Condoleezza Rice, his national security adviser, to testify before the 9/11 commission about discrepancies between what the Administration did before and after the attacks of Sept. 11, and what ex-terrorism coordinator Richard Clarke says it did.
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Analysis: Reversal on Rice, Sept. 11

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Analysis: Reversal on Rice, Sept. 11

Analysis: Reversal on Rice, Sept. 11

Analysis: Reversal on Rice, Sept. 11

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NPR's Melissa Block talks to NPR's Don Gonyea about President Bush's decision to allow Condoleezza Rice, his national security adviser, to testify before the 9/11 commission about discrepancies between what the Administration did before and after the attacks of Sept. 11, and what ex-terrorism coordinator Richard Clarke says it did.