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Breakdown: How America's Intelligence…

Breakdown: How America's Intelligence Failures Led to September 11

by Bill Gertz

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I do not believe war the most certain means of enforcing principles. Those peaceable coercions which are in the power of every nation, if undertaken in concert and in time of peace, are more likely to produce the desired effect. (Thomas Jefferson, 1801)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0895261480, Hardcover)

Bestselling author and award-winning investigative reporter Gertz taps his inside sources in the Pentagon and the CIA to track the path of terrorism and terrorists in the United States. Gertz tells who knew what--and how the military and intelligence agencies had information that could have prevented September 11.

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The defense and national security reporter for the Washington times argues that the United States intelligence community failed to prevent the September 11 attacks, even with the information they learned after the 1993 bombing.

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