As the third anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, it's becoming clear that the fight against terrorism has been a story of ... Missed opportunities; Reagan's cabinet debated how to fight terrorism, but infighting undermined the better strategy
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Our troubles with terrorism began 20 years ago, late in President Ronald Reagan's first term, on a quiet Saturday in March, when Secretary of State George Shultz convened a meeting of terror experts.
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