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Two Administrations Drew Different Lessons From 2004 CIA Report

When an internal CIA report concluded in May 2004 that "unauthorized, improvised, inhumane, and undocumented" interrogation methods had been used on suspected al-Qaeda members, the predominant reaction within the Bush administration was not revulsion but frustration that the agency's efforts insi...

By R. Jeffrey Smith

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