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6Anthony Cordesman, “Defending America, Redefining the Conceptual Borders of Homeland Defense,” Center for Strategic and International Studies, 3 November 2000. 9.

7Office of the Secretary of Defense. “Chemical and Biological Defense Program, Annual Report to Congress,” March 2000, E-2, E-3

8Eric V. Larsen and John E. Peters, “Preparing the U.S. Army for Homeland Security,” Rand, http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1251/, 4 April 2001, 217.

9Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University and The Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Inc., Final Report on Strategic Responsiveness, Early and Continuous Joint Effectiveness – Across the Spectrum, April 2000. 6.

10Gary Hart and Warren Rudman et al., “Road Map of National Security: Imperative for Change,” Phase III Report of the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, 31 January 2001, 23.

11Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University and The Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Inc., Final Report on Strategic Responsiveness, Early and Continuous Joint Effectiveness – Across the Spectrum, April 2000, Panel 9, 6.

12Ibid., Panel 5, 29.

13Gary Hart and Warren Rudman et al., “Road Map of National Security: Imperative for Change,” Phase III Report of the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, 31 January 2001, 24.

14Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University and The Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Inc., Final Report on Strategic Responsiveness, Early and Continuous Joint Effectiveness – Across the Spectrum, April 2000, 19.

15Ibid., 19.

16Ibid., 19.

17Gary Hart and Warren Rudman et al., “Road Map of National Security: Imperative for Change,” Phase III Report of the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, 31 January 2001, viii.

18Ibid., 14.

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