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Hayden Faces Senate and CIA Hurdles if Named

When Gen. Michael V. Hayden took over as director of the National Security Agency in 1999, he faced a huge organization that was overwhelmingly staffed by aging white men who had spent their careers specializing in the intricacies of the Soviet Union and other aspects of the Cold War. He set out to...
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By Thomas E. Ricks and Dafna Linzer

 
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