Aide Hadley Will Replace Rice Stephen Hadley worked largely behind the scenes during the first Bush term. Now Hadley will succeed Condoleezza Rice as National Security Adviser. Hadley acted as Rice's deputy for the past four years, and has served in Republican administrations going as far back as Richard Nixon. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.
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Aide Hadley Will Replace Rice

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Stephen Hadley worked largely behind the scenes during the first Bush term. Now Hadley will succeed Condoleezza Rice as National Security Adviser. Hadley acted as Rice's deputy for the past four years, and has served in Republican administrations going as far back as Richard Nixon. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster.

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