Bernstein, Jacob
November 2005
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;Nov2005 WWD Scoop, Vol. 190 Issue 104, p67
Trade Publication
Presents an interview with former Central Intelligence Agency operative Robert Baer on the Iraq war and the war on terrorism. His comments on U.S. intelligence failures which led to the Iraq war; Change in his impressions of the agency; Views on the Valerie Plame story.


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