Executive Secrets

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Manas Publications, 2005 - Espionage - 326 pages
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In This Book, The Author, A Seventeen Years Veteran Operations Officer With The Cia Explains The Nature Of The Intelligence Discipline Of Covert Action And Presidential Decision Making Process. The Book Is A Hard-Hitting, Balanced, And Highly Successful Effort To Deal With The Issue Of Presidential Responsibility For Covert Action. Daugherty'S Experiences And Background Give Him Insights To This Process Which May Be Controversial, But Are Solidly Grounded In The Reality Of Policy/Decision Making. The Book Ought To Dispel Some Of The Fog That Obscures The Understanding Of The Cia And That Prompts The Gigantic Mood Swings In The Attitude Towards Intelligence Gathering And Covert Actions.(Published In Collaboration With: The University Press Of Kentucky)

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