Bush’s Secrecy

Saturday, June 08, 2002

The Bush Administration established a no-leak, keep-‘em-guessing policy early in its tenure. Staying leak-free, they argued, was the best way to handle the media. But what about the argument made by many important political figures that “secrecy is for losers”? Host Brooke Gladstone talks to John Dean, former Counsel to President Nixon.

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