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  • ...g. He says it came from British parliamentarian [[Denis Healey]] confusing Perle and columnist [[Robert Novak]], and journalists gave it immortality. <ref | title = Prince of Darkness: Richard Perle: The Kingdom, the Power & the End of Empire in America
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  • ...g. He says it came from British parliamentarian [[Denis Healey]] confusing Perle and columnist [[Robert Novak]], and journalists gave it immortality. <ref | title = Prince of Darkness: Richard Perle: The Kingdom, the Power & the End of Empire in America
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  • ...aul D. Wolfowitz]], Defense Policy Board member [[Richard Perle|Richard N. Perle]], and several other prominent conservative defense thinkers, Wohlstetter | url = http://books.google.com/books?id=1uSXyKXBHhIC&pg=PA105&lpg=PA105&dq=Perle+Shulsky&source=bl&ots=kHbacURpL6&sig=GTF5GlmAXk0IUoBw4zNLze8vtTQ&hl=en&ei=
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  • ...e]] and was using Perle's office at the [[American Enterprise Institute]]. Perle said he cannot remember all the conversation, but he said that Frum said t | title = Prince of Darkness: Richard Perle: The Kingdom, the Power & the End of Empire in America
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  • ...istant Secretary of Defense for Negotiations Policy, working for [[Richard Perle]]. ...ute]]. The other was a Defense Department staffer and protege of [[Richard Perle]], [[Michael Maloof]].<ref name=PBS-Maloof>{{citation
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  • | title = Prince of Darkness: Richard Perle; the Kingdom, the Power, and the End of Empire in America | date = 19 March 2008}}</ref> He had known [[Richard Perle]] and [[Paul Wolfowitz]], however, since the 1980s, and neoconservatives s
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  • *[[Richard Perle]] | title = Prince of Darkness: Richard Perle: The Kingdom, the Power & the End of Empire in America
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  • ...s]], [[Douglas Feith]], [[Michael Rubin]], [[Paula Dobriansky]], [[Richard Perle]], [[Jeane Kirkpatrick]], Ledeen, and [[Frank Gaffney, Jr.]]. ...y, Jr.]], [[Elliott Abrams]], [[Douglas Feith]] and [[R. James Woolsey]]. Perle was the center of the young group<ref name=Weisman>{{citation
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  • {{r|Richard Armitage}} {{r|Richard Nixon}}
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  • ..." and possibly in Syria proper. Coauthors of the report included [[Richard Perle]] and [[Douglas Feith]]. ...s]], [[Douglas Feith]], [[Michael Rubin]], [[Paula Dobriansky]], [[Richard Perle]], [[Jeane Kirkpatrick]], [[Michael Ledeen]], and [[Frank Gaffney, Jr.]].
    8 KB (1,128 words) - 14:27, 28 September 2013
  • {{r|Richard Clarke}} {{r|Richard Perle}}
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  • '''Richard Pipes''' is Baird Professor of History, Emeritus, at [[Harvard University]] | author = Richard Pipes
    3 KB (409 words) - 22:31, 18 August 2009
  • {{r|Richard Armitage}} {{r|Richard Perle}}
    2 KB (289 words) - 22:25, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Richard Armitage}} {{r|Richard Perle}}
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  • [[Richard Perle]], in a [[Public Broadcasting System|PBS]] interview with [[Ben Wattenberg | title = Richard Perle: the Making of a Neoconservative
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  • {{r|Richard Perle}}
    458 B (59 words) - 23:00, 11 January 2010
  • {{r|Richard Perle}}
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  • ...Century]] letter in 1998, calling for Saddam's overthrow; he and [[Richard Perle]] were some of the more influential signers. <ref name=Packer2006>{{citat ...y of Defense [[Donald Rumsfeld]] insisted on remaining on site. Quite properly, in U.S. [[Continuity of Government]] doctrine, leadership was dispersed;
    11 KB (1,672 words) - 11:09, 19 September 2013
  • ...Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs]] under [[Richard Perle]]; contributing editor, ''[[National Review]]''; advisor, [[Project for th
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  • {{r|Richard Perle}}
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  • ...jacking, although it was simply aware that aircraft were not responding properly. FAA personnel at the Boston center tried to contact the [[North American At the White House, the Counterterrorism Security Group, chaired by [[Richard Clarke]], coordinated the staff response.
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