President Bush: Secrecy Needed to Protect Security President Bush warns journalists not to expect more openness from the White House, stressing the need to balance openness and security. He also acknowledges for the first time that his Social Security plans are not going well. The president spoke yesterday to the annual meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
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President Bush: Secrecy Needed to Protect Security

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President Bush: Secrecy Needed to Protect Security

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President Bush: Secrecy Needed to Protect Security

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President Bush warns journalists not to expect more openness from the White House, stressing the need to balance openness and security. He also acknowledges for the first time that his Social Security plans are not going well. The president spoke yesterday to the annual meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors.