Intelligence Reform Won't Guarantee Security Commentator James Woolsey, a former director of the CIA, is in favor of Congress's creation of a new intelligence director, but he's concerned the reorganization will give Americans a false sense of security regarding future terrorist attacks.
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Intelligence Reform Won't Guarantee Security

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Intelligence Reform Won't Guarantee Security

Intelligence Reform Won't Guarantee Security

Intelligence Reform Won't Guarantee Security

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Commentator James Woolsey, a former director of the CIA, is in favor of Congress's creation of a new intelligence director, but he's concerned the reorganization will give Americans a false sense of security regarding future terrorist attacks.