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November 26, 2006

State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration

By James RisenRisen and Eric Lichtblau won a Pulitzer Prize this year for a series of articles in The New York Times exposing the National Security Agency's electronic evesdropping program. That operation is one of a number of examples offered in Risen's assessment of George W. Bush's extraordinary steps in recent years to reach beyond accepted limits of presidential power. Risen views the CIA's recent performance as a catastrophe. This book offers a well-reported indictment of the administration.

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