Changes to Intelligence System Unlikely in 2004

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The 9-11 Commission's final report was a stern rebuke of the nation's intelligence system. But after two months of discussion in Congress and the White House, the chances of reform coming before Congress adjourns on Oct. 8 are slim. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.



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