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Carter W. Clarke Interview Details July 6, 1959
Summary of Topics Covered:
Clarke, a self-described Rightist, bemoans the lack of understanding of the value of intelligence work. He offers colorful and strong opinions on virtually all aspects of Pearl Harbor and the officials involved. He also vividly expresses disdain for a number of prominent people and officers.
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