The CIA: The right man? - The Economist

The CIA: The right man?

The CIA: The right man? - The Economist
The CIA: The right man?
Published Aug 14, 2004
377 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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Porter Goss is an old hand, but not a neutral one NOBODY should have been surprised by George Bush's decision to nominate Porter Goss, an eight-term Republican congressman from Florida, to head the Central Intelligence Agency. Mr Goss...

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