The Central Intelligence Agency: History and Documents

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William M. Leary
University of Alabama Press, Jun 30, 1984 - Fiction - 190 pages
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This volume pulls together a core collection of documents pertaining to the CIA. Leary's introduction provides an overview and chronology of the US intelligence operations from the American Revolution through to World War II, and places the documents in proper perspective.
  

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Contents

Introduction
3
Memorandum for the President by William J Donovan
123
National Security Council Directive 102 June 18 1948
131
Report of the Special Study Group Doolittle Committee
143
Bibliographical Essay
180
Index
186
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William M. Leary is E. Merton Coulter Professor of History at the University of Georgia. His books include "We Shall Return! MacArthur's Commanders and the Defeat of Japan, 1942-1945.

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