Facing Reality: From World Federalism to the CIA

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University Press of America, 1982 - Political Science - 433 pages
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Originally published by Harper and Row in 1980, this clear-sighted volume blends historical events and autobiographical material in an attempt to explain how one individual American's search for a peaceful world led from the battlefield to the presidency of the United World Federalists, and finally to twenty-six years of active duty with the Central Intelligence Agency.
 

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Contents

War
1
Waves of Darkness
15
Peacemaking
34
Secret Trial
60
Cold War
85
The Radios
110
Private Sorrow
139
The Agency Under Fire
145
The New Geopolitical Offensive
243
The Soviet Apparat Government
289
The Soviet Apparat KGB
312
American Foreign PolicyThe Need for a New Consensus
331
The Role of Finished Intelligence
347
The Collectors
360
A Hope for the Future
389
Appendix
410

London Assignment Coping with Watergate and Chile
165
The Family Jewels
201
The Soviet Challenge
225

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