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Ex-Bush Adviser Clarke Weighs Sept. 11 Report

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Ex-Bush Adviser Clarke Weighs Sept. 11 Report

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Ex-Bush Adviser Clarke Weighs Sept. 11 Report

Ex-Bush Adviser Clarke Weighs Sept. 11 Report

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Richard Clarke, a former counterterrorism adviser to President Bush who has been critical of the Bush administration's policies on terrorism and Iraq, says the Sept. 11 commission's report does not adequately address what can be done to prevent terrorist attacks. Hear Clarke and NPR's Scott Simon.

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