Ornstein, Norman J.
January 2005
New Republic;1/17/2005, Vol. 232 Issue 1, p15
Looks at issues of national security related to the January 20, 2005 inauguration of U.S. President George W. Bush. Approach of police and security officials to management of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions and polling sites during the 2004 election; View that the Department of Homeland Security has not communicated its public plans for security at the inauguration; Conjecture on the possible response of the U.S. government to a terrorist attack on the inauguration; Recommendations for ensuring an effective disaster plan.


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