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Peter Earnest's 36-year career in the CIA included more than 20 years in the Agency's Clandestine Service. Now, he is the executive director of the International Spy Museum.
Rebecca Sheir
Peter Earnest's 36-year career in the CIA included more than 20 years in the Agency's Clandestine Service. Now, he is the executive director of the International Spy Museum.

Washington, D.C., has a rich history of espionage and intrigue, going back to George Washington. Rebecca Sheir visits the International Spy Museum and talks with founding Executive Director Peter Earnest -- a former CIA agent -- who says D.C. has more spies than any other city in the world.

[Music: "Theme from Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (TV Miniseries)" by Geoffrey Burgon]

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