Anne H. Cahn

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Anne H. Cahn "is a Scholar-in-Residence at American University. During the Carter Administration she was an official in the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency and the Department of Defense. She was President and Executive Director of the Committee for National Security, where she initiated a nationwide outreach program, with special emphasis on women. She has extensive communications and public affairs experience, having been a political analyst on WGBH-TV, Boston, and a weekly commentator on the nation-wide radio program, "In the Public Interest." She has appeared as an expert witness before Congressional committees and been a onsultant to several foundations and government agencies. Her PhD is from MIT and she did post-graduate work at Harvard University. Her most recent book, "Killing Detente: The Right Attacks the CIA", dealt with the demise of detente in the mid-1970s.“ [1]

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  1. Directors, Center for National Security Studies, accessed November 10, 2008.

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