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Flynn: Democratic Bill Highlights Persisting Security Gaps

Interviewee: Stephen E. Flynn
Interviewer: Eben Kaplan
January 10, 2007

Stephen E. Flynn, CFR senior fellow for national security studies, discusses a new Democratic homeland security bill, which attempts to address what Flynn calls "very serious" problems.

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