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White House Secrecy. Attorney General John Ashcroft “NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr understands the Bush administration’s efforts to keep certain information secret. But Schorr argues that these efforts would have more credibility were it not for the administration’s general obsession with secrecy and the selective leaks of classified information coming from the FBI and CIA.” (By Daniel Schorr for NPR’s “All Things Considered,” 5/20/2002.)
Earlier: Bush View of Secrecy Is Stirring Frustration