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Ex-CIA Chiefs Urge Caution on Intel Reforms

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The Sept. 11 commission is expected to call for a new chief to coordinate the nation's intelligence efforts. Three former CIA directors NPR spoke to disagree over the need for a "czar" to oversee intelligence efforts, but all warn against rapid reforms in the middle of the war on terror — and the presidential campaign. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.

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