Hegland, Corine
June 2004
National Journal;6/19/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 25, p1951
Focuses on the efforts of U.S. Department of State secretary Colin Powell to explain to the media the errors in the department's 2002 annual report on terrorism. Discrepancies in the statistics on terrorist attacks and terrorism victims; Reaction of the critics of the Bush administration to the error; Allegations that the Bush administration is deliberately trying to doctor the statistics to make it appear that its is winning in the war on terrorism.


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