History of the National Security Council 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.
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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