Who Paid the Piper?: The CIA and the Cultural Cold War

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Granta Books, 2000 - Arts - 509 pages
'This fascinating story of the vast post-war Kulturkampf . . . shows in splendid detail how CIA policy went everywhere.' The Times

' . . . illuminates a dark corner of America's cultural history.' Independent

'Absorbing, distressing and at times uproariously funny.' Observer

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About the author (2000)

FRANCES STONOR SAUNDERS has worked as an independent film producer, and her documentaries include the four-hour series Hidden Hands: A Different View of Modernism. She lives in London.

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