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Page 23 - The Man Who Kept the Secrets: Richard Helms and the CIA, by Thomas Powers. New York Times Book Review, 14 October 1979, 1, 46-48. "At last, It's Smiley.
Page 25 - Nosenko was a Soviet intelligence agent dispatched by the KGB expressly for the purpose of delivering disinformation to the CIA, FBI, and the Warren Commission.
Page 24 - Deception: The Invisible War Between the KGB and the CIA by Edward Jay Epstein.
Page 35 - Sawatsky, John. For Services Rendered: Leslie James Bennett and the RCMP Security Service. New York and Toronto: Doubleday and Company, 1982 (239 pages). This book might well have been titled "James Bennett: A Counterintelligence Tragedy" because that is what it describes.
Page 23 - Legend: The Secret World of Lee Harvey Oswald by Edward Jay Epstein.
Page 17 - When the case finally made its way to a final hearing in the House of Lords, the judges found themselves unable to uphold the obligation of confidentiality on which the government depended.
Page 8 - Thatcher stated in Parliament that a high-level investigation of these charges found them to be false.
Page 37 - there was no evidence whatsoever that Mr. Bennett was anything but a loyal Canadian citizen.