The puzzle palace: a report on America's most secret agency

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Houghton Mifflin, 1982 - History - 465 pages
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Describes and assesses the activities of the National Security Agency, the nation's most secret government agency--established in secrecy, many times larger than the CIA, and in control of a huge budget and a vast technology

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Review: The Puzzle Palace: Inside the National Security Agency, America's Most Secret Intelligence Organization

User Review  - Patrick Rooney - Goodreads

Very interesting book. Describes the use of cryptography in a manner that is understandable to a layman reader. I was fascinated by the examples describing how US and British cryptographers used ... Read full review

Review: The Puzzle Palace: Inside the National Security Agency, America's Most Secret Intelligence Organization

User Review  - Sebastian Dörner - Goodreads

Some interesting facts and background knowledge on past cases that have become public. However, large parts of the book are just about eg who was director at the NSA at a certain time and are enormously long and boring. Read full review

Contents

PRELUDE
5
ANATOMY
56
PENETRATION
118
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