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Study Faults U.S. Response to Outlawed Arms

A report on United States intelligence to be made public on Thursday concludes that the government has failed to respond to the dire threat posed by unconventional weapons with the urgency and national purpose displayed after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.”It’s now been three and a half years since the Sept. 11 attacks,” the report says in a section titled “Change and Resistance to Change.” “A lot can be accomplished in that time.” “Three and a half years after Dec. 7, 1941, the United States had built and equipped an army and navy that had crossed two oceans, the English Channel and the Rhine; it had already won Germany’s surrender and was two months from vanquishing Japan,” the report continues.Full Story

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