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BILL MOYERS

Bill Moyers Journal: Unitary Executive Power

  • Aired: 10/26/2007
  • 53:00
  • Rating: NR
The unprecedented presidential power that some say has been amassed by the Bush administration-and wielded, often secretly, in the name of national security. Charles Fried served as solicitor general in the Reagan Administration, and Fritz Schwarz, who served as chief counsel to the Church Committee, which uncovered decades of abuse by the CIA and other intelligence agencies.
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Bill Moyers gets perspective from two experts on the limits and abuses of federal power:
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