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History of the National Security Council

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History of the National Security Council

History of the National Security Council

History of the National Security Council

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For nearly 60 years, presidents have relied on their National Security Councils to coordinate America's path through the world, in war and in peace. Neal Conan leads a discussion about the history of the National Security Council.

Guest:

David Rothkopf, author of Running the World: The Inside Story of the National Security Council and the Architects of American Power