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principal lawyer for george w. bush in florida and was a real establishment, intelligent person went on channel seven, abc news and said the church committee caused 9/11. that was a very far-fetched thought. at first, if you read what the church committee said, we said, for example with the fbi, that the fbi should increase attention to terrorism and devote less or no attention to american domestic politics. that they should increase their attention to terrorism and we said the cia should do more to use human infiltration of bad groups and not simply rely on the wonderful technology we now have. so, in making the comment we caused 9/11, did not go back and read our reports or what howard baker had said, which was the investigation had been good for the intelligence committee. the other thing that was sort of ludicrous about baker's statement was, at that point, it had been 25 years from the church committee. ronald reagan and george h w bush and mr. baker himself had been in power. if the church committee had disabled the intelligence agencies, they could have done something about it. i
george h w bush and mr. baker himself had been in power. , as baker said on a television interview, the church committee had disabled the intelligence agencies they could , have done something about it. so it was interesting, emotional. and i'm sure if mr. baker were questioned today, he would say i was a little overwrought on the afternoon of 9/11 and i said something that did not make sense. and i said something that did not make sense and it surely didn't. host: there was a number of think pieces written pointing back to the church committee, saying that intelligence gathering had been sharply curtailed as a result of your committee's work -- what was your reaction to that criticism? mr. maxwell: i think i share his view that it was nonsense. what was happening, and what the 9/11 commission said happened, was people failing to communicate, and follow-up the intelligence they could have followed up. and it had nothing to do with the church committee had done. these been the notion of isolated towers for whatever , reason, not communicating with the adjoining silo. not responding
united states. >> and incumbent president george h.w. bush accepts his parties a nomination in houston. >> and i proud to receive and i'm honored to accept your nomination for president of the united states. >> at 4:45, architectural historian barry lewis on the evolution and creation of new york city's greenwich village. >> when the l opened on sixth avenue, it gave us what we already understood. east of sixth was washington square. west of sixth avenue was the lower west side. nobody ever crossed that line. now the people from west of sixth avenue might cross the line to work as a servant in washington square. but believe me, the people in washington square went on the other side of west avenue. >> every time i look at washington, it's unanimous. unanimously commander in chief. unanimously president of the constitutional. unanimously president of the united states. unanimously reelect president of the united states. unanimously appointed as the lieutenant general and commander of all the armys to be raised. what a record. >> george washington scholar peter enriquez explores t
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