The History of U.S. Intelligence Agencies

The report of the Sept. 11 commission found major flaws in the gathering and sharing of intelligence. Now Congress is considering ways to reorganize the nation's many intelligence agencies. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker, a former chief counsel for U.S. intelligence agencies, about the history of U.S. intelligence agencies.

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