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Patrick AndersonOn the one hand, Rimington celebrates the analytical genius of her alter ego and, on the other, she seems to be saying it's mostly dumb luck when terrorists are caught. It's a mixed message but probably an accurate one. What is not mixed is her portrayal of intelligence agents whose personal egos and institutional rivalries are such that we are left wondering if they -- or their American counterparts, whose egos and rivalries are surely no less monumental -- could protect anyone from anything.
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