The crimes of patriots: a true tale of dope, dirty money, and the CIA

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Simon & Schuster, Sep 1, 1988 - Political Science - 424 pages
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Jonathan Kwitny, hailed as the John le Carre of non-fiction crime, is one of America's top investigative journalists. In this explosive expose he reveals the most mysterious collection of spies ever caught in a single scandal. Kwitny is host of "The Kwitny Report", seen weekly on 200 PBS TV affiliates.

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The crimes of patriots: a true tale of dope, dirty money, and the CIA

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When the Tower Commission concluded that the Iran-contra affair was an aberration, it was wrong. Those who doubt the existence of what David Wise and Thomas Ross in 1964 called the " Invisible ... Read full review

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Brilliant, detailed accounts of patriotism run amok. If you want to know why 9/11 happened you just have to read this. Foreign policy operatives out of control and left to their own zealotry and devices. Look out! Read full review

Contents

Contents Prologue
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Cast of Characters
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The End of the Rainbow
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