CIA Off Campus: Building the Movement Against Agency Recruitment and Research

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South End Press, 1991 - Political Science - 198 pages
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Since the mid-80s, student, faculty and community activists have propelled the CIA's illegal and anti-democratic activities to the forefront of the academic debate over research and recruitment privileges. CIA Off Campus presents an overview of the Agency's illicit endeavors and details the multi-faceted involvement on U.S. campuses. Political newcomers and seasoned activists alike will be able to use this book in their efforts to create universities based on humans, democratic prinicples-and to further the progressive movement as a whole.
 

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Mills, an experienced political activist, describes several CIA overseas operations and domestic recruiting and research programs on college campuses that she views as illegal and immoral. In addition ... Read full review

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Where does someone go if they think they were a victim of MK Ultra to reverse the "Brainwashing"?

Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
19
Institutes Faculty Recruiting and Research
29
CIASponsored Experiment
37
CHAPTER THREE
43
CHAPTER FOUR
73
CHAPTER FIVE
85
CHAPTER SIX
111
CHAPTER SEVEN
137
APPENDICES
145
NOTES
165
INDEX
185
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
199
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