Inside the NSA Report
Joyce Park stashed this in Modern problems
Truly fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the process by which the NSA report and its recommendations were made, challenged, and accepted or not. I appreciated that Stone was thinking "let this cup pass from my lips" -- because who would trust someone who WANTED to serve on this committee? Amazing details: that Stone had to do all his work at a secure FBI facility, and that basically all the committee's recommendations were unanimous.
What does it mean that the recommendations are unanimous? That there's no doubt or dissent?