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National Perspective

Bush's counsel on spying now under close scrutiny

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Columnist / December 27, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- When President Bush sought to reassure the country that his authorization of spying on Americans without warrants was a reasonable exercise of his power, he emphasized that his orders were always reviewed by the attorney general and the White House counsel. (Full article: 776 words)

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