McGrath, Douglas C.
June 1995
New Republic;6/19/95, Vol. 212 Issue 25, p10
Recount the author's experience as a security agent at the White House in the U.S. Introduction of a bill that would control the president's right to conduct foreign policy; Details of a security breach at the White House; Meeting convened by Democrats to deal with militia groups.


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