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Few PDBs declassified for public

President Truman’s note to his CIA director, Walter Bedell Smith, raved: “You have hit the jackpot with this, Bedell!” That was in 1951, and the president had just read the first copy of a new top-secret CIA publication, the Current Intelligence Bulletin, a daily digest of intelligence for the president and his top advisers. That summary included developments in the Korean War. The successor to that document, the President’s Daily Brief, is at the center of a controversy over secrecy, presidential prerogatives and the search for what went wrong in U.S. intelligence before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.Full Story

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