A Different Perspective on White House Secrets Is the Bush White House too secretive? William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, says no. A week ago, NPR's Liane Hansen interviewed Nixon-era White House counsel John Dean, who says in a new book that the current administration is the most secretive in his experience. Kristol tells NPR's Brian Naylor he finds this administration "relatively straightforward."
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A Different Perspective on White House Secrets

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A Different Perspective on White House Secrets

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A Different Perspective on White House Secrets

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Is the Bush White House too secretive? William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, says no. A week ago, NPR's Liane Hansen interviewed Nixon-era White House counsel John Dean, who says in a new book that the current administration is the most secretive in his experience. Kristol tells NPR's Brian Naylor he finds this administration "relatively straightforward."

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