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James Carafano: Intelligent delusions on al Qaeda

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One enterprising U.S. intelligence officer discovered the singers in the Vienna Opera were always the first to know, well, everything. For a string of sausages, he could get a couple of tickets -- and the latest rumors. This was life in postwar Austria, a country jointly occupied by the Allies. For American intelligence, the No. 1 question every day was: What are the Soviets up to? Over the...

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