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  - Tom Nixon - Goodreads

I take books like this with a large grain of salt. Don't get me wrong: the author, James Bamford speaks with authority and certainly has the footnotes and bibliography to back himself up but there's ... Read full review

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

User Review  - Gerald - Goodreads

Long before the current scandals, The Puzzle Palace presented an insider's view of electronic eavesdropping capability. One can only imagine how far technology has developed since then. More Read full review

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PRELUDE
5
ANATOMY
56
PENETRATION
118
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