Most of the public dissection of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales’ testimony last week dwelt on the pummeling he took at the hands of the Senate Judiciary Committee, particulary from members of his own party.

But beyond the relentless back-and-forth combat between Gonzales and hostile senators, some crucial details emerged about how management of the Justice Department has changed during the Bush administration.

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