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Richard Perle: The Making of a Neoconservative
To some of his opponents, Richard Perle has emerged as the mysterious Svengali behind George W. Bush’s Iraq policy. He’s been called a hawk and a neo-conservative, both of which are part of a worldview with a long and distinguished pedigree. Today, Perle is the chairman of the Defense Policy Board, a civilian group that advises the Pentagon. Host Ben Wattenberg talks with Richard Perle about the origins of Perle’s personal philosophy, as well as the current crisis with Iraq.
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The American Enterprise Institute
Originally Aired: 11/14/2002
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