'Denial' and Disaster

Woodward, Bob; Murphy Jr., Bill; Parthemore, Christine
October 2006
Newsweek;10/9/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 15, p32
An excerpt is presented of Bob Woodward's new book "State of Denial."


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