It's not enought to create a single agency to coordinate homeland defense strategy, warns Harvard's Elain Kamarck.
The first war of the 21st century requires new thinking and innovation. In this hour, restructuring government for homeland defense.
How does government need to work and change to keep Americans safe? Is greater cooperation between the public and private sector vital? How would a 21st-century government differer from 20th-century bureaucratic government? What are the potential risks to our way of life?
Elaine Kamarck professor at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and author of a new report "Applying 21st-Century Government to the Challenge of Homeland Security."
This program aired on July 1, 2002.