Secret Intelligence

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Berkley, Nov 1, 1991 - Fiction - 267 pages
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A companion volume to the PBS-TV series of the same name is "a lucid review of the development of U.S. Based on interviews with spies, policymakers, and former CIA directors, this is the fascinating history of American espionage--from the 1919 "Red Scare" to Watergate and the Iran-Contra affair. Photographs.

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My reaction to reading this book in1994. This book is not as good as G.J.A. O’Toole’s more detailed and longer Honorable Treachery. This book is also based on a premise that O’Toole convincingly ... Read full review

Contents

one On the Road to Shevogarsk
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two Papas Crook Factory
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three We Cannot Afford to Be Sissies
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ERNEST VOLKMAN is an acknowledged authority on espionage and intelligence. Formerly a prize-winning investigative reporter for Newsday and executive editor of Espionage magazine, he is the author of several books, including Spies: The Secret Agents Who Changed the Course of History, Secret Intelligence: The Inside Story of America's Espionage Empire, and Warriors of the Night: Spies, Soldiers, and American Intelligence.

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