An Exchange Between Gabriel Schoenfeld & Critics
Daniel Patrick Moynihan:
During the Reagan administration I was awarded the Seal Medallion of the Central Intelligence Agency. This is among its highest honors and was given, I assume, for eight years’ service on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the last four as vice chairman with Barry Goldwater as chairman.
This has mattered to me, and hence I was deeply troubled by Gabriel Schoenfeld’s lead article [“Could September 11 Have Been Averted?”] in the December issue, which charges me with having introduced legislation that included what “might aptly be labeled the Free Admission for Terrorists clause.” Continue reading