9-11 Panel Gives Administration Failing Grades The 9-11 Public Discourse Project issued its final evaluation Monday, a report card assessing how well the United States has implemented key counter-terror reforms. Madeleine Brand talks to NPR homeland security correspondent Pam Fessler about the panel's conclusion that the federal government has not done a sufficient job of protecting the country against future attacks.
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9-11 Panel Gives Administration Failing Grades

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9-11 Panel Gives Administration Failing Grades

9-11 Panel Gives Administration Failing Grades

9-11 Panel Gives Administration Failing Grades

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The 9-11 Public Discourse Project issued its final evaluation Monday, a report card assessing how well the United States has implemented key counter-terror reforms. Madeleine Brand talks to NPR homeland security correspondent Pam Fessler about the panel's conclusion that the federal government has not done a sufficient job of protecting the country against future attacks.

Guests:

Thomas Kean, former governor of New Jersey and chair of the 9/11 Public Discourse Project.

Lee Hamilton, former Democratic congressman from Indiana; vice chairman of the 9/11 Public Discourse Project