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Can the CIA Be Fixed?
Aired 11/9/1995

The Central Intelligence Agency is under heavy fire. A traitor at CIA headquarters betrayed spies in the field, sold secrets to the Soviets, and now it is charged that the agency knowingly gave tainted information to the president. Can the CIA be fixed?



  Jeffrey Richelson
    author of A Century of Spies: Intelligence in the Twentieth Century
  Neil Lewis
    correspondent for The New York Times, co-author of Betrayal: The Story of Adrich Ames
  Richard Pipes
    Baird professor of history at Harvard University
  William Odom
    director of national security studies at the Hudson Institute

Originally Aired: 11/9/1995

   
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