The Secret History of the CIA

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Carroll & Graf, Dec 15, 2004 - Political Science - 542 pages
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Chronicles the origins and history of the Central Intelligence Agency and analyzes the performance of its leaders and members during the Cold War, including Soviet double agent Igor Orlov and mole hunter James Angleton. Reprint.

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Susan B.Trento and Joseph J. Trento are investigative journalists who have authored or co-authored numerous books on the secret workings of the government. Their many credits include Prescription for Disaster, a history of NASA leading up to the Challenger disaster; Widows, a history of counterintelligence; Power House, about the lobbying and public relations industries in Washington; The Secret History of the CIA; and Prelude to Terror.

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