Domestic Safety Since Sept. 11: Jamie Gorelick In the second of three conversations about why the United States hasn't been attacked by terrorists since the Sept. 11 attacks nearly five years ago, Jamie Gorelick, a former deputy attorney general and a member of the 9/11 Commission, talks with Alex Chadwick about some popular misconceptions of beaureacratic bungling leading up to the attacks.
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Domestic Safety Since Sept. 11: Jamie Gorelick

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Domestic Safety Since Sept. 11: Jamie Gorelick

Domestic Safety Since Sept. 11: Jamie Gorelick

Domestic Safety Since Sept. 11: Jamie Gorelick

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In the second of three conversations about why the United States hasn't been attacked by terrorists since the Sept. 11 attacks nearly five years ago, Jamie Gorelick, a former deputy attorney general and a member of the 9/11 Commission, talks with Alex Chadwick about some popular misconceptions of beaureacratic bungling leading up to the attacks.

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